And that means I'll be reading & sharing more Montana History up at the Marias Heritage Center! I'll be there at 6 o'clock SHARP to read (out loud) more of W.J. Yenne's tome, "Switchback; Fifty Years in Glacier & the West." W.J. last name rhymes with "penny" in case you're wondering. The Pulitzer Prize WINNING founder of the Hungry Horse News, the late Mel Ruder, roots, "W.J. Yenne was the man who best knew Glacier National Park's one thousands miles of trails." If you ask me, W.J. also best knew how to write a fantastic book! We'll be listening to some of his amusing & fascinating yarns spun around campfires or from his saddle on long trail rides during my visit this evening. Looking forward to visiting with you this evening at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby.