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Out Our Way: After the Snows - 2 Thess. 1:3-5


August 23, 2019

Out our way, the winters can be harsh. Charlie Russell’s “Waiting for a Chinook” is a classic portrayal of that part of Montana life we all know. I can recall Alberta Clippers that dropped tons of snow and temperatures dropping to minus-40 degrees or more. But then comes a chinook, and the snow melts and a mini-spring in February reminds us winter isn’t forever. And then comes the real spring and the winter snows water the pastures and the creeks and water holes. Charlie and I would ride out onto the Tiger Ridge and observe the lush grass, wild flowers. In the farmlands, we see the...

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