Yellowstone Country Blog

The Upside of Montana’s Yellowstone Country

Around the time of the Super Bowl, I saw this commercial for a Cadillac ELR, their newest hybrid car, featuring Neil McDonough (that actor on TV shows that you recognize but never actually know his name). I remember clicking on it from a social media site (probably Facebook) because one of my...

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Notes From the Road: Closing Dates: Is Ski Season REALLY Almost Over?

I hate to be the bearer of bad news (and after a snow-filled winter, it really is bad news) but … the ski hills are closing! The ski hills are closing! If you’re still trying to get a few turns in (did you read the post about why spring skiing is my favorite?), here are the closing dates for the...

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Notes From the Road: An Ode to Spring Skiing

Growing up out east, spring skiing is what I always envisioned actual skiing to be like: blue skies, birds chirping, music playing, hot dogs grilling, skiing in my base layers and a cold beer at the end of every other run. I’m not going to lie, but I do get ski burnout (wait, wait, don’t...

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Notes from the Road: How to Hitchhike in Yellowstone Country

When I was little, my dad used to regale me with stories from, “When the world was a safer place.” He told of his epic adventures jumping trains on the east coast and how his best friend Carl (who would later become my, “Uncle Carl,” even though we weren’t actually related … a fact I...

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Notes from the Road: Where To Catch Some Live Music, Yellowstone Country Style

My dad is a big fan of music. My brother and I were often rewarded with dessert if, while dining at an Italian restaurant, we could name the ‘50s crooner blaring from the tinny overhead speaker (our odds for tiramisu were good; I’d guess Frank Sinatra and my brother would guess Tony Bennett …...

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