Desert Evening 1 April 2018

I had to go to the DG Market and decided to take a few pictures on the way home.

#desertevening

#desertsunset

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Firing Up The Wayback Machine……………….aka, Where I Come From……………….

A couple of links to The Missoulian concerning Havre, Montana, the hometown of this Old Retired Petty Officer……………………”H” is for Havre as the paper says……..

The old Post Office is where I registered for the draft in 1972 after graduation and turning 18. We did it in person those days. The Selective Service Office was on the Third Floor.

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Marc Whitacre stands outside the historic post office and federal courthouse in Havre that he and his wife Erica Farmer have restored as an event center, professional office space and living quarters for their family. The building had extensive damage from water leaking in from the roof and years of neglect when Whitacre, an ophthalmologist, and Farmer, an optometrist, bought it in 2011, and they have done much of the restoration themselves

http://missoulian.com/news/local/h-is-for-havre-family-lives-in-renovates-historic-post/article_b24e0021-a08f-5299-9112-9cb3dce529b3.html

The second link is about the “……..remote Hi-Line town of Havre.”

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The railroad and U.S. Highway 2 run straight through the heart of Havre, which is an important hub of transportation, commerce, farming and ranching, education and health care in north-central Montana.

http://missoulian.com/lifestyles/territory/everything-s-a-short-drive-in-remote-hi-line-town/article_69ce79fe-3bf8-5c7d-a56b-81d14d2498b8.html

All due credit to Cory Walsh and The Missoulian