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... History Museum, the Whitney Western Art Museum, the Cody Firearms Museum, the Buffalo Bill Museum and the Plains Indian Museum.
One of the unexpected places we found was Heart Mountain, a WWll Japanese American Internment Camp. A sad, shameful part of our American history where, during 1942 - 1945, a total of 14,025 American citizens of Japanese descent were forced to relocate and lived in the "confinement" camp.
... given a grant of some $200,000 to hire extra police and emergency crews "just in case". Apparently the last time the Hells Angels visited (around 2006) there was some kind of a brawl that began at a street dance. But no major problems this year and few minor ones. I saw a motorcycle pulled over with Cody, State Police, and Sheriff's Department cars with lights flashing behind him. Don’t know the infraction. Rumor has it that the ...
... You aren’t the only one full of surprises,” Cody said with a laugh. “Nothing is too good for my brother.”
We opened the rest of the gifts- a computer, clothes, accessories, gags… but Cody’s sculpture was the hit.
Cody and I collected our gifts and took them up to our rooms and then got dressed.
Mom had made the traditional family dinner- roast beef with all the trimmings ...
... this over the past few months and we have prayed a lot, too.” He took a deep breath. “We remembered what you said about wanting to help Cody. If it is all right with you, we would like to adopt him.” I was floored and speechless. Adopt Cody! I just stared at him, hoping what I had just heard was true. My silence must have made Dad uneasy. “Justin? Are you okay?” He asked.
I shook my head as reality overtook me. Dad ...
... some of the challenges that early airmail pilots had experienced. One thing I wanted to do today was to find one of the airways beacons in Montana that are left over from the 1920's and the early airmail routes, when the likes of Charles Lindberg flew through the mountains at night, just to get the mail through.
As we entered the Bitterroot range just south of Couer d'Alene, we were close to one of the beacons I had found listed on a website. As I descended ...