Monday, July 25, 2005




We and a few thousand other folks felt an earthquake about half an hour ago. It wasn't particularly strong, but it was enough that we noticed it and watched our light fixtures swing.


I've long known that Montana is significantly sesmically active, but in the roughly 20 years I've lived in the state, I had not felt a quake. Talk about the intellectual intersecting the experiential. Fortuanately for us, the quake was at least 80 miles away. Also fortunate was that the quake was centered pretty close to the middle of nowhere, so it's unlikely to have caused any significant damage.

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