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Reed, Tom
Casting before it was cool. I think it happened in late July, 1980.Carl drove. We were high-school buddies, pals who grew up together breathing the scent of rain on sagebrush and living for things like elk and trout and Western skies. Read more >>
Bow hunting, Bozeman, Montana, rollerblading
Joe King
Hunting the urban interface.
Drew Pogge
Running with your cat.
Pogge, Drew
Mine is a worthy prey. His home range is expansive, and in his element, he is King of Beasts. His numbers are large and growing. He is smart, he is elusive, and he is dangerous. In short, he is the ultimate hunt, for the ultimate hunter. He is the Touron. Read more >>
Kira Stoops
Not that we’re into stereotypes. But we double-dog-dare you not to wind up cracking a Montucky Cold Snack, sharing a chair lift, or splitting a Gobbler from Dave’s Sushi with one of these dudes. You know the type. And if you don’t… behold our guide. Read more >>
Joe King
A common complaint among the good women of BozeMan, Mantana—apart from the age-old "The odds are good, but the goods are odd" lament—is that the dating humor tends to be male-oriented and disrespectful of feminine sensibilities. Read more >>
the Editors
By most accounts, hitchhiking has devolved from a commonplace it's-all-good-bro kind of '60s sci-fi adventure to a life-threatening how-badly-do-I-need-to-get-to-Spokane art form. Like most dangerous pursuits, though, it's the stuff epic stories are made of. Read more >>
King, Joe
Bozeman's latest fashion craze.
The Editors
O/B’s Rundown of Bipedal Fauna
the editors
Bozeman-area skiers and snowboarders have plenty of hazards to deal with on the hill: rocks, ice, tree wells, unmarked cliffs, poor visibility, half-stoned trust-funders poaching your line. The last thing you need is an inadvertent run-in with a gaper. Read more >>
Drew Pogge
Sigmund Freud should have studied the ski area lift line. If he had, rather than screwing around with silly Oedipus theories and catering to his clear obsession with breasts, he would’ve found personalities and behavior of another order: the order of The Line. Read more >>
the editors
Q&A with the gear guru.  Now that Johnny Bozeman is back in town for good, he’ll be chiming in every issue with insightful responses to your outdoor gear- and apparel-related questions. Here’s a sample. Read more >>
Trail Running, Skunks, Dogs, Bozeman
Joe Younger
Why an evening jog became a mad dash.   Read more >>
Skate Skiers, Cross-Country Skiing, Bozeman, Montana
the editors
Calling out the jerks of winter. 
Mountain Man, Bozeman, Montana
David Tucker
Bozeman has always been a town of dreamers. The most recent influx of transplants (e.g., me) are perhaps the dreamiest of all, arriving with Instagram expectations and unjustified self-confidence. Read more >>
Montana Cabin Living, A-Frame
Jeff Wozer
Or how to avoid house visitors. 
the editors
Winter tips & tricks. 
Joe King
You may have heard of it: south of Bozeman, not far from the idyllic Gallatin River, a small private community nestled in the mountains. Read more >>
Bear Spray, Bear Safety, Canister recycling
Joe King
The top 10 uses for expired canisters. 1. Replace your friend’s cologne or perfume to punish overuse.2. Convert to a flame-throwing ice-and-snow melter.3. Utilize as aromatherapy for difficult cases. Read more >>
Melissa Cronin
Or do. Your call. 
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