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Climate Change Clarity

One of my intentions in coming to Glacier National Park was to study climate change. That all went out the window when I recognized the extent of my job description. 701 more words


Photos from the Archives: Tourism, Tragedy and Obsession!

The photo and the title don’t seem like they could possibly be connected, yet behind the bland-looking men pictured here are stories of drama and eccentricity that tie both to the horrors of the Lincoln assassination. 650 more words

History & Museums

Mountain Goat, Yellowstone National Park

I haven’t been blogging much in the past year.  There have been two reasons.  The first reason was the constant theft of my images. The second reason was that I was growing a bit tired of feeling pressured to post something on a regular basis.  486 more words

An Unexpected Lincoln Legacy: The Preservation of Yosemite

Abraham Lincoln had a lot on his mind that last day of June 1864.

Union General Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate General Robert E. Lee had been slugging it out for a month and a half in the brutal Overland Campaign. 867 more words

Civil War