Friday, February 5, 2016

Thank you!

I’ve enjoyed blogging for the last five years, but it’s time for me to retire this blog and work on other projects. This is my last post. I will continue podcasting, and I’ll contribute an occasional post to the Montana Historical Society’s Montana History Revealed blog. If you’ve enjoyed the stories and historic photos I posted here, I suggest you also check out the Montana Historical Society’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds. You can also find videos of all the talks (including mine) that are given at the Montana Historical Society on their YouTube channel. And, of course, you can always find more stories in my books, available at the Montana Historical Society Museum Store or at your local bookstore.

10 comments:

  1. Thanks, Dick, and thanks to all of you who have read my blog.

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  2. For info on Paul Maclean you can write to his nephew and my cousin John Maclean. He would know more about that,

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    1. To what is your comment related? This was not a post about A River Runs Through It, although there are rivers in both stories. And we all know about what became of Paul when he left Montana for a bit, don't we?

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  3. For info on Paul Maclean you can write to his nephew and my cousin John Maclean. He would know more about that,

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  5. Ellen,

    Hate to see you go, but understand. Thanks very much for providing a valuable public service for those of us who care about history and family lineages. Best wishes in your future endeavors

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