Lincoln Road Posted by Mike on May 9, 2011 Posted in: Uncategorized. Tagged: 18-200mm, D7000, DSLR, hills, Lincoln, Montana, Nikon, Photography, road. 3 Comments Looking down the road that goes through Flesher Pass to Lincoln, Montana. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Posts navigation ← Flesher Pass Rogers Pass →
Makes me homesick. If I didn’t get so tired of teensy town living, I’d be tempted to retire there. Wind is not bad. Not cloudy as it is on Missoula side, so sun in winter more. I miss my grandparents. Dwight and Jessie Smith. Grampa built the little church on the Highway that looked like the Flying Nun! A Frank Lloyd Wright design, it didn’t turn out as practical as it seemed. He built a model for the church while he was unable to work bacuse he fell into saw at his sawmill. Almost all the work was done by Grandpa and his hired hand, Clyde. Who shall remain anonymous, since I don’t remember his last name! Lol
I can’t believe you’re going to move to Montana!
It was a surprise to me as well. They made me an offer I couldn’t refuse.