Liz took our kids to the Lewis & Clark Interpretative Center in Great Falls, Montana. This expedition charted a course that would eventually strip almost all the land from the Native Americans out west. We’ve built shrines (read: museums and interpretive centers) to the feat. However, maybe it’s time for a different: “interpretation…” We stopped in Conrad, Montana where we were interviewed by the local ABC News affiliate. I said we stood for: “common sense…” We then entered Glacier National Park where we took the kids wading in a river near Essex, Montana and then I pulled into a service station for gas and a box of firewood, 4 bucks. I said to the gas station guy that I bet this was, oh, a little bit removed from how Lewis & Clark got their firewood. He smiled.