Yellowstone Country Blog

Notes From the Road: Your Weekend Plans: Shooting in Logan, Montana

Before I came to Montana, I lived in a very populated city. You could not carry a concealed knife longer than 2.5 inches. You could not keep a shotgun in your backseat, even if you were coming back from hunting. You could not even ride two-up on your significant other’s motorcycle with the wind in...

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Notes from the Road: Spring Hiking: The ‘M’ and ‘Drinking Horse’

A while back, I noted that my goal this summer was to try to hike every single recommended trail in a hiking guidebook, entitled, “Bozeman Area Day Hikes,” which includes hikes in the Paradise Valley, Big Sky and the Gallatin Canyon. While I’ve convinced myself that it’s summer, the...

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Notes From the Road: Springtime Drives: Bozeman to Livingston

One of the great joys of living in Montana’s Yellowstone Country is the scenery. Biking down Main Street or even just sitting on my back porch often rewards me with 360 degree views of four different mountain ranges. And even just a drive to the grocery store leaves me saying to myself, “I...

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Notes From the Road: The Kinds of Men You’ll Meet in Montana’s Yellowstone Country

In preparation for your next trip to a Yellowstone Country public establishment (re: bar), I’ve done the dirty work of uncovering and identifying many of the wild male species that roam unbridled through the streets. Have a look (and maybe have a laugh) and see if you meet any of these usual...

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Notes From the Road: Finally, Fly Fishing.

I know. You all want me to tell you that the best fly fishing is in the summer, because that’s when the weather is wonderful and the water feels fantastic for wading. Which, I guess, could be the definition of great fly fishing. But if you’re looking for guaranteed bites and a relatively...

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