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Philadelphia Chapter Presents Dayton Duncan with Lifetime Membership at the 2000 Annual Meeting in Dillon, Montana.

During the Annual Meeting in Dillon, Montana, in August, 2000, Dayton Duncan was presented with a certificate of Honorary Lifetime Membership in the Philadelphia Chapter.

Chapter members congratulate Dayton Duncan after his presentation at the Camp Fortunate overlook near Dillon.

An adaption of his talk that day can be found in We Proceeded On, November, 2000. "Toilsome Days and wristless nights" sets the scene and describes the burden Meriwether Lewis was carrying in August, 1805, as he reflected on his life in his journal on his 31st birthday.

When the pages of Dayton Duncan's talk began to scatter in the wind, Gary Moulton came to assist the speaker.
Ed Welch of the National Park Service in Philadelphia was one of more than twenty Chapter members to attend the meeting in Dillon.
At another stop on the tour, members, who came from all over the country, from all over the country climbed to Clark's Lookout.

Anne and Sam Mackintosh stopped at Lemhi Pass, where the view was quite obscured by the smoke of Montana's many forest fires in 2000.

Updated August 13, 2001