I went to Garfield County High School in Jordan, Montana many years ago, and our mascot was the Mustang; our colors were black and orange. The school was small--maybe there were 30 who graduated with me; every one knew each other. I lived in the dorm part of the time, with all the other country kids; it was a fun time, and I bawled after graduation. It was Gloria Rath's fault. She was standing beside me in the line as people came by to congratulate us, and hug us, or shake our hand. It wasn't long before Gloria started blubbering and I broke down with her. I became a teacher and my entire teaching career has been in three small towns about like Jordan. Well, here I am, a Mustang once more. Our colors are black and gold, not too different.