By O. Köhler
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The next afternoon Keith answered for the radio call for Bill. ” “It’s Lucy again, Keith. ” “There’s a place where I can see something that looks broken. ” “I’ll be right there,” Keith said resignedly. “Something that looks broken” turned out to be a hole the size of an ostrich egg in her engine casing, where a connecting rod had punched through. Bill wasn’t pleased, certainly, but there was no repeat of the explosion. “You guys sure didn’t help matters when you ran it low on oil the other day, did you, Mr.
I finished the day’s work shortly after seven, exhausted and a little depressed. I had to go into White Sulphur for groceries tonight, so after washing my work clothes and hanging the coveralls in front of the space heater—not the safest thing, but the only way they’d dry by morning—I stepped outside into a miracle. Living in Montana, I am used to wonderful starlit nights, but up here there is next to none of what astronomers call “light pollution” from civilization and on clear nights like this one the views are stunning.
One of the vagaries of Montana weather little known to outlanders is that it often stays mild until Christmas. Not so in 1886. By November, blizzards of staggering proportion were sweeping the plains, one after another. In the last week of the month, unprecedented drifts and frigid temperatures were reported across the state. After a short respite in mid-December, the temperatures turned very cold once again. The week between Christmas and New Year’s saw temperatures from thirty to forty-five below zero across Montana and the Dakotas, and the snow kept on coming.
A Study of Otjiwarongo District (South West Africa) (Namibia) by O. Köhler