Angie Mangels, Miscellaneous

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Friday, February 8, 2013 - 3:50pm Angie Mangels

Learn how a piece of land turns into a trail.

Playing outside is one of the reasons many of us live here, but do you ever wonder how the trails and access to these areas come about? How do new trails begin? Who are the people with visions of what could be? And how do they go about achieving the support and go-ahead for their ideas?

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Thursday, July 26, 2012 - 2:40pm Angie Mangels

For a true Montana festival experience, point your wheels northeast and roll on out to the Red Ants Pants musical extravaganza. White Sulphur Springs may be a bit out of the way, but four days of world-class music and small-town culture make the short road trip well worth the drive. From the camping to the beer tent to the music stage, the gals at Red Ants Pants—renowned makers of rugged work pants for women—have thought of it all. I’ve never attended a festival that takes care of all the small details quite so well. Last year’s music lineup was impressive to say the least; I especially enjoyed Lyle Lovett and His Large Band (it really was large), the Trishas, Guy Clark, and Rodney Crowell—they all put on a great show last year. I look forward to some of the great acts lined up this year, plus another chance to see Rodney Crowell and his ripping female bass player.

Red Ants Pants Music Festival Outside Bozeman 

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