A description of life in the former WWII Japanese relocation center as recycled into a housing area for Bureau of Reclamation employees from a kid’s perspective, covering the months leading up to the great blizzard of 1949.
The Bureau of Reclamation’s Shoshone Project gave the US its last homesteaders and a great example of recycled housing. Here is part of the story.
Whether via letting your fingers do the traveling through their control of your TV remote or doing it in person, travel is most rewarding when it includes meaningful interactions.
Much has changed in Park County since its homesteading days, but it’s almost as difficult to make a living.