“I think about my children when I look at any child’s face & pray that we will find a way to get with all this amazing grace”

I was unfamiliar with Greg Brown before I moved to Montana.  I quickly learned that if I was going to be able to chat with any woman who I was remotely interested in I’d best become familiar with his music.  Like all good folk prophets, he has the shaky, gravel bar of a voice thatContinue reading ““I think about my children when I look at any child’s face & pray that we will find a way to get with all this amazing grace””

First Peoples

Tonight, during a trivia competition, I was reminded of the tremendous heritage and culture that makes Montana such a unique state. In 2016, 67,222 Montana resident were recognized as being Native American in a state with a total population of 1,062,330. Seven Federally recognized Tribes exist in Montana today The Blackfeet Nation The Chippewa Cree TribeContinue reading “First Peoples”

Stranger in the Woods

A friend gave me a copy of “Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary Story of the Last True Hermit” by Michael Finkel.  This quick read is a narrative account of Christopher Knight’s 2o plus years of living in solitude near a central Maine lake.  Knight lived within walking distance of hundreds of vacation cabins but camouflagedContinue reading “Stranger in the Woods”