They might be small, but they couldn’t have been any prouder at the 3rd Annual Parkman Days held Saturday. There was a home town parade with about 15 entries and close to 50 people showed up to watch.
Even John Moreland was there with his friend Annie Stinky Bottom of the No Wipe Tribe.
Activities continued throughout the day, which included a chuckwagon cook-off, a DJ playing music during the afternoon, all followed by an Oklahoma swing band that evening. A day set apart for some good old-fashioned family fun, coordinator Nancy Mahon put it all together.
Norma Stimpson has lived in the area over 70 years. She says you can't beat the view.
Named after Francis Parkman, the town sits just south of the Montana border and boasts a population of just over 100.