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Notes From the Road: Eating and Cuddling Do Not Healthy Lungs Make

The first 60-degree day in Montana’s Yellowstone Country is what I call the, “Day of Hope.” People walk around in flip flops and t-shirts, only visiting establishments where there are outdoor patios and wearing their sunglasses inside and out. It’s like there’s hope that someday, somehow,...

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Notes From the Road: Women You’ll Meet in Yellowstone Country

A few weeks ago, we talked about all the men you’ll meet in Montana’s Yellowstone Country (for better or for worse). Now, it’s time to give you a glimpse into the lives of the women of Yellowstone Country—and how to identify them in the wild with their own signature speak. The Girl Who...

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Notes From the Road: Your Weekend Plans: Big Timber

Memorial Day is rapidly approaching and here at VisitYellowstoneCountry.com we want to help you make the most of your three-day weekend. Because all the best long weekends happen in the summer and also because summer can sometimes be fleeting in Yellowstone Country, you basically have to scoop it up...

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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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