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Coupons For Blinds To Go
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- (coupon) a test sample of some substance
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- A detachable portion of a bond that is given up in return for a payment of interest
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Going To the Sun Mountain
A view of Going to the Sun mountain (9642') from Logan Pass's Hidden Lake Trail. This massive peak is one of the major peaks in the Park, rising dramatically and dominatingly above St. Mary Lake.
"During the winter of 1887-1888, James Willard Schultz, an early hunting guide in the St. Mary Lakes region and his family built a cabin on the north shore of Upper St. Mary Lake. While hunting on Red Eagle Mountain with his Pikuni friend, Tail-Feathers-Coming-Over-the-Hill, gave this mountain the name it bears today. Warren Hanna, Schultz’s biographer describes the naming thus:
"It was during this winter that Schultz and Tail-Feathers-Coming-Over-the-Hill killed a bighorn ram on Red Eagle Mountain. When they finished butchering it, they build a small fire and sat down beside it for a leisurely smoke. As they took turns puffing on Tail-Feather’s long-stemmed black stone pipe, Schultz noticed that his friend was gazing constantly at a particularly beautiful mountain across the lake. Finally, he commented to Schultz: How very high it is, its summit far up into the blue. Of all the mountains that I have ever seen I think it is the most beautiful. Were I younger and were it summertime, how I would like to climb up and lie on its summit, and fast, and pray Sun for a vision. Schultz, too, had admired that particular peak and had considered it the finest in the area. Often he had tried to think of a name for it that would be fitting, and now Tail-Feathers had given him an idea. The mountain should have some relationship to Sun, the most important of all the gods of the Blackfoot tribe. After pondering the matter for a while, Schultz turned to Tail-Feathers and said: We will name that mountain. Let us call it Going-to-the-Sun Mountain. With which suggestion Tail-Feathers was in complete accord, saying Good, That is a powerful, sacred name; it could not have a better one."
– Warren Hanna, The Life and Times of James Willard Schultz, 1986
I know I'd be seeing things too after climbing to the top of this peak........
Have a fantastic Friday!
365.328 - Black Friday
I was really good today. My shopping only took 20 minutes. Oh darn, 2 of the other sweaters I bought are missing from the pic. Mommy is busy trying them on. Well, I bought 13 items and spent $179. I am going to be warm all winter.
Ahem... I usually am very picky and turn at my nose at the crap that stores sell as excuses for a sweater. They sell a lot of Acryli-yuk that the average consumer blinded by sale prices doesn't realize is cheap material. Well, I refused to be fooled. The V-Necks are 100% supersoft wool. The turtleneck is supersoft cotton, and I absolutely love the style. I guess when I find a good thing I could never get enough of it, huh? I'm kinda upset that I forgot to pick up a black turtleneck for myself. Hmmm.. I may have to go back. When is the next sale? Oh yeah! They gave me a Wednesday coupon.
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