George Sliney, a young immigrant from County Cork, Ireland, rode out along Owl Creek in Wyoming Territory in the latter half of the 19th Century and staked a claim that would become his cattle ranch. Over time, he would become one of the most prominent citizens of Hot Springs County and the city of Thermopolis. He was also a member of Thermopolis Lodge #26, IOOF. That obscure footnote of history would eventually inspire Bradyn Harvey and Gage Maser to join the Odd Fellows and revive the charter of Lodge #26, but this time bearing the name of pioneer settler George Sliney. Although it took two years and much searching, Bradyn was eventually able to find PG Steve Masters and join Riverton Lodge #44. Not long after he set about the task of reviving the charter for his home town lodge in Thermopolis. Odd Fellowship is definitely a hot commodity in Wyoming these days as plans are also underway to revive the lodge in Casper. In the Odd Podge, Ainslie gives an update on the progress of the Odd Fellows Primer, Toby gives an update on the project to record new versions of the Odes, and Christopher praises the cleanliness of the bathrooms at Buckley Lodge #75.