Monthly Archives: September 2015

Montana: The Last Days

We are here at our last days in Montana and Chief Plenty Coups State Park. We have learned so much during our month here:  about the Chief, about the Crow, about Indian War battles and about ourselves – including Elko! … Continue reading

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Guest blogger: Elko

We are getting ready to move again and my people are ready. We have been volunteering for four of the last five months and even though they liked it, they are ready to be on their own schedule again. As … Continue reading

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Montana Days Off – Week 4

We had friends come to visit! We love it when that happens. Mark and Teri left Farragut and routed through Billings to see us. Thank you Mark and Teri! They drove out to see us and our park. Randy and … Continue reading

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The Chief Behind the Park

We have spent the last month in a park that was the homesite of Chief Plenty Coups, the last principal chief of the Apsaalooke or Crow Tribe. The opportunity to learn about Chief Plenty Coups was a large part of … Continue reading

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Montana Days Off – Week 3

Day #1 We had been told by local people  that the Beartooth Pass All American Road may close for the winter at any time so that was our destination for our first day off in Week 3.   At the … Continue reading

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Montana Days Off – Week 2

You didn’t miss the blog post “Montana Days Off – Week 1” – It didn’t exist!  We worked our last 5 days at Farragut, had two long driving days to get here and then worked the first 6 days here. … Continue reading

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“Small Old White Man”

Small Old White Man is the Crow name for our new friend, Howard. We have had the good fortune to be parked next to him for most of the last week at our new “home”. For the month of September, … Continue reading

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