Rounding 3rd & Heading 4 Home
I'll be reading more Montana History tonight (Tuesday) up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby, & we have fewer than 70 pages to go in former Kalispell attorney James E. Murphy's "Half Interest in a Silver Dollar; The Saga of Charles E. Conrad. It's been a real learning experience plus a really, really good read. One of my friends in the Tuesday night group has come up with another cool Montana History book that we'll be reading next. Thanks to Marie Ostrem for introducing us to this great Charles E. Conrad tome. I've said it before & I'll say it again, "If its Tuesday, it's Montana History at the Heritage. See you at 5:59 SHARP tonight. I try to get there a minute early in order that I am mentally prepared to share some more Montana History. I could actually get there sooner if Mayor Larry would give us a stop light down at the viaduct!