Golden Islands Of The Western Montana Forest ("Fieldnotes," October 9 & 18, 2016)
Sitting on the shores of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park last fall, gazing up at the surrounding hillside, I was struck by a unique mosaic of golden splendor against the evergreen background. The largest of its species, the western larch, Larixoccidentalis, is indeed a unique kind of tree.
To Write Suspense: Twitter Plus A Fascination With Guilt
"You know, as a writer, it’s always these tidbits that catch your attention: the little article, or maybe a line in a song, or something somebody says, or a story, and in this case it was actually on Twitter." -- Christine Carbo
Glacier Park Begins Stabilization Work At Burnt Sperry Chalet
Glacier National Park has begun stabilization work at the Sperry Chalet dormitory building to prepare for winter. The Park calls it a critical first step in preserving the original structure and rebuilding the historic building.