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Winter in Wood River Valley

I’ve shared a lot of pictures from Montana. In fact, most of the pictures I’ve shared have been from here. I’ve shared only a few from Oregon, and those were appropriate because I was born in Oregon and grew up at Crater Lake. Crater Lake will always be home. However, I spent a great deal […] More

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You Won't Believe What a Montana Congressman and Senator Did

In America, we are used to Congressmen and Senators lacking ethics and being quick to say one thing and do another. It is so common that people have come to think of it as being normal. On January 3 of this year, you wouldn’t believe what a Montana Congressman did, closely followed in kind by […] More

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You Might Not Believe Where It Came From

Sometimes inspiration can strike in surprising ways. That was the case in 1892 when William Wiggley Jr. decided on a new marketing ploy in order to sell cans of baking powder. To encourage people to purchase his baking powder, he began to include a free pack of chewing gum with his primary product. As it […] More

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Have You Ever Wished That You Lived in a Utopia?

Many people think that it would be great to live in a utopia. People commonly think of the word as being defined as a perfect place or an ideal state. Perhaps you’ve even thought the same thing. However, that is definitely not what utopia originally meant and the meaning could come as a surprise. ‘Utopia’ […] More

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Incredibly Easy and Simple Homemade Peanut Butter

If you’ve looked at the price of peanut butter in the store lately, you’ve probably noticed that it is quite expensive for what you get. You might be astounded at how incredibly easy and simple it is to make your own peanut butter. It is also considerably cheaper. The secret, which is really no secret […] More

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Our Daughter's Move Is Over

Among my least favorite tasks is moving. That includes moving someone else. However, sometimes it is necessary, even when it isn’t the best of situations for the move. Our daughter, Cat, has been living with my wife and me for the past six years. Her husband is in Guatemala. That is rather bittersweet. We love […] More

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More Before and After Pictures

Here are some more before and after pictures after snowstorms have moved through. They can be pretty or even beautiful to look at, but these places can be a tad uncomfortable to be out in. This is the main reason that I highly recommend that people visit these places, but not in the wintertime.  We […] More

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Before and After Storms; Apgar Mountain

I’ve shared a number of views of Montana and elsewhere. I thought it might be sort of neat to share a few of the views, taken a few days to a  week apart, over the course of three weeks. Things can change in a short amount of time and the view changes with the weather. […] More

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Human Embryos and Dreaming

It has been known for a while that human embryos that are about seven months along enter into REM sleep periodically. It has been exceptionally difficult to measure the brain activity of fetuses that are even seven months, though, so scientists have been unsure if younger fetuses also dream. It has been learned, through inference, […] More

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Space and Stuff; a Quiz

Even people who aren’t interested in science have looked up and seen the stars. Often, you may have wondered about them and thought about stars, planets, and space travel. If so, it isn’t surprising and you aren’t alone. People have been doing the same thing for millennia.  Just as there are a huge number of […] More

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