It wasn’t until the dinosaurs started wearing rain ponchos that the residents of Kalispell Montana realized that the Lord might be speaking to them. Fortunately, the local boy scouts (troops 157 and 86) were willing to decode the messages, which were sent in Morse Code through the leak in the roof of the Methodist Church. The messages were not about the dinosaurs, or the ponchos. They were surprisingly personal messages about the newly formed dating relationship that the assistant scoutmaster of troop 157 had formed with an out-of-work kindergarten teacher—this was indeed the girl he would marry. The residents of Kalispell wondered at these signs, and pondered them in their hearts.