This is an older picture of the Bickford Cabin. Even though it is small inside guests really feel cozy in it. This year I added a flower box that I made. Stayed tuned for a new picture. Don’t hold your breath because I forgot to take one this year!
Welcome to my new website! This summer looks like it will be another great time to visit Virginia City. There is a great chance that the little train will be running. The Montana Heritage Commission is working deligently to try and make that happen. I will post updates on the large engine, #12, as I have news. Other changes this year at The Gingerbread House include late afternoon appetizers and beverages, wine, beer or non alcoholic drinks for the enjoyment of guests staying in the house itself. Come and visit! Take care, Karen
Calamity Jane was born sometime in the years 1852 through 1856, as Martha Jane Cannary in Princeton, Missouri, within Mercer County. Her parents, Robert W. and Charlotte Cannary, were listed in the 1860 census as living about 7 miles (11 km) further northeast of Princeton inRavanna. Martha Jane was the eldest of six children, having two brothers and three sisters. In 1865, Robert packed his family and moved by wagon train from Missouri to Virginia City, Montana.