Yesterday & Today

"They were now advancing diagonally upon the chain of Wind River Mountains...could they force their way through them, they might proceed in a straight line. The mountains were lofty, with snowy peaks and cragged sides; it was hoped, however, that some practicable defile might be found."

-Washington Irving's The Adventures of Captain Bonneville

February 9, 2017

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Wyeth to Wife from Fort William
From: Nathaniel Wyeth, Fort William
To: Wife, Baltimore Maryland, c/o Charles Wyeth
Date: September 22, 1835
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        Fort William, Sept 22d, 1835
Dear Wife
    I have been sick, but have got well, and
shall be on my way to t...

January 5, 2017

An interview with best selling author Thomas Turiano on 19th and 20th century climbing and mountaineering in the greater Yellowstone region, along with some of the history behind it. Shot in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Despite the wind, people shooting guns and cutting down trees, it was a very pleasant interview.

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January 5, 2017

Q: How long have you been a member of the AMM and what drew you to it?

Doc: I’ve been a member for almost 30 years, I was drawn to it basically through a desire to learn more about woodsmen ship, I’ve been involved in the woods ever since I was a little boy through camping and boy scouts and Order of the Arrow...

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