About The Long Awakening

Life on the prairie of northern Montana in the late 1920’s was a far cry from being easy. The harsh wind-swept land had attracted many people with the promise of land ownership through the homestead act. Many people from all kinds of backgrounds came to northern Montana with high hopes. Many left with the opposite feelings of defeat.

Ray Frost had come with hopes and problems, years later he still had all the problems and more. Drinking and lonely he had a plan. Come get a glimpse of northern Montana at the end of the 1920’s,Indian pow wows, rodeos, and barn dances. Prohibition, drinking, rot gut whiskey journey with Ray to an awakening.