Sunday, June 12, 2011

June Storms

More rain here in Bozeangeles, The Yellowstone and Madison rivers are blown out and flooding,

Can you imagine a hundred and fifty years ago. A wagon train of settlers bogged down in the mud for weeks. Waiting for the weather to break.

  The dirt streets of the  then Cattle crowded streets of Bozeangles  starting point ( or ending point ) of the Bozeman trail . Chinese and Irish railroad workers mixing with cattle barons, cowboys, settlers , hookers and lawyers, all waiting for the rain to break, while the  Bozeman merchants get rich off their captive customers.
For the natives this was probably a good time . The invaders were slowed in their immigration into the diminishing refuge of the wilderness.

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