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Marias and Lolo Passes, so much history and splendor

Tweet Read Feb. 2, 2016 at Dick Purinton’s home in Byfield, Mass. On Dec. 11, 1889 in subzero temperatures, John Frank Stevens reached Marias Pass in northwest Montana and discovered the lowest passage for a railroad through the Rockies. Picture […]

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Cuba: “It’s complicated.”

[caption id="attachment_2316" align="alignright" width="300" caption="'57 Ford Fairlane ragtop - with a Toyota engine"][/caption] In October, 1960, the U.S. imposed a partial trade embargo on Cuba after Fidel Castro,

UP eastbound on Sherman Hill

For any railfan, Sherman Hill between Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming is a thrill and prime for great shots. I did not catch all of the 1.55 percent

Grizzly Bear Encounters – Really!

One thing missing from our four-day Yellowstone/Grand Teton visit has been a bear sighting...missing that is until we were a half mile from the exit of Grand Teton

Gatchell Museum, Badlands, Tensleep, Black Hills -They’re all good

It's the end of day three of our Yellowstone trip, which started in the Badlands outside of Rapid City, S.D. The trip has been awesome so far and saying

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