Saturday, October 8, 2016


It has been one long weekend that took me to Montana and back home in 37-hours. The purpose of this trip was to visit the Montana College, Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis, and initiate several new members into the Society. 

The first leg of my trip took me to Twin Falls where I jumped in another Brother's vehicle and then drove all the way to Billings. Then the next morning I took part in the first official meeting of the Montana College. I along with other members from Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho initiated a group that will serve as the founding officers of the Montana College. I had the pleasure of serving as Celebrant (the presiding officer) for the grade of Zelator (I°) and assisting in the other 3-grades. Then after some lunch, it was time to head back home.

The total trip was 1264-miles (2034.2-km) and over 18-hours of actual driving. The drive was beautiful though as Autumn in Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana always provides a spectacular show by Mother Nature. Now it's nearing midnight and I'm exhausted, so time for bed.

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