Kurt Wilson

Photo Editor

Ulrigg and Hammond say they don't want to be on public assistance and can get by living like they are if the city would leave them alone.

A city police officer cruises by on the street where Ulrigg was parked last week.

John Ulrigg stands outside the RV last week that he and his partner, Marcynda Hammond, inhabit in various locations in Missoula. Ulrigg's disp…

  • Updated

The Jefferson Lines morning bus heads west out of Missoula past the old Greyhound sign, now covered with a Jefferson banner.

  • Updated

Ticket in hand, a passenger boards the westbound Jefferson Lines bus Friday morning at the Missoula station on West Broadway. Greyhound Lines …

  • Updated

The students walked through downtown and around the Missoula County Courthouse where they stopped briefly to chant for their cause.

  • Updated

Dissenters were few among the crowd, but five or six joined the march to express a different view.

  • Updated

Student begin leaving the school just before noon to join the protest.

  • Updated

Drivers, many honking in support, pass the the students lining the bridge.

  • Updated

A group of adult supporters cheer the students from the opposite side of the Higgins Avenue Bridge.

View all

Thanks montananurse. Here is a link to a gallery of photographs from the southwest region http://missoulian.com/roadside-wanderings-in-southwest-montana/collection_cb636c30-c642-11e3-8099-001a4bcf887a.html

Yes he did Don. Fletcher wrote the poem that Cole Porter later bought and made the hit song inspired by the words. The words are on one of the roadside signs I'll visit later this summer.