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Winter Poetry, Montana Poetry
Jelinski, Jack
The ancient ritual is unknown to all but a chosen few,the strong, the bold, and the exceedingly bravewho tempt fate upon the frozen wasteswhere death awaitsin a final, terrible, dead-frozen grave.  Read more >>
Kubat, Terry
there once was a cowboy named Stuwho traded his horse (as you do)when the big sky was tamedhe couldn’t be blamedfor riding a red Subaru  Read more >>
Pinet, Carolyn
Fall. Frosts at night.Days, unseasonable warmth suffuses willow,aspens, brush: saffron, ocher, gold.Foothills loom and swarm, scat steams.And in the high school, kids on cellsare joined by tall, black, pungent, furry,wandering a hallway, disoriented, Read more >>
Gustafson, Sid
I pregnacy test1,000 mother cows under a warm, sweet wind.Spilt milk clouds.Green grass in November.Ring-tailed hawks perch over the emptiness on thecottonwoods of Little McGinnis Creek, waiting fordeath that will not come. Read more >>
Day Hikes of Yellowstone National Park, Hike734
England, Mike
Given the mountains all around Bozeman, how often do you make the drive to Yellowstone for a day-hike? Read more >>
Public Land and Water Access Association
Brayton, Lea
As Montana anglers, we sometimes take river access for granted. Not so for the Public Land/Water Access Association, whose goal is to inform the public of access and ownership rights so that our state’s amazing rivers can be enjoyed by all. Read more >>
Mike England
On any long hike, run, or ride, when space is tight and the squished-food factor is high, the standard solution is to pack a protein bar—which often translates into a tasteless, rock-hard lump of who-knows-what sitting in your gullet the rest of the day, until finally dissolved by a few après-out Read more >>
Counter Assault Bear Spray, A Bear Doesn't Care campaign
Tucker, David
In the last five years, three people have been killed by grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park. Read more >>
Big hole river, access, river acess
Zundel, Brent
Montana's most egalitarian law.
100 Deadly Skills
England, Mike
To take your self-defense and survival skills to the next level, grab a copy of 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation (Touchstone, $18). Read more >>
Shafthouse Trail, Bridger Range
Solomon, Morgan
In the fall, bikers share the woods with hunters—here are some tips to play nice and be safe. Read more >>
Rabbit Stew, Rabbit Hunting, Montana
Bilverstone, Bill
Cooking cottontail.
Bill Wood, Granite Creek Range
England, Mike
Tips from a champ.Former World Championship silver-medalist Bill Wood teaches long-range shooting techniques at Granite Creek Range near Virginia City. Here are Bill’s top tips for shooting well—both at the range and in the field. Read more >>
Hunting Injuries, Montana
the editors
Guns can be deadly, and hunters should always adhere to the strictest safety standards. But shooting really isn’t as dangerous as you may think, and many other activities are far more so. Here are some numbers to think about.  Read more >>
White, Jenny
Off-season workouts for skiers.
England, Mike
Nothing warms both body and spirit like a fireplace or woodstove in wintertime, not to mention the boon to your electric bill. The standard process around here is to harvest a truckload from the national forest, or buy a cord from someone who has. Read more >>
Center, Dean
Just the essentials.
wildlife car collisions, road kill, Montana
Tucker, David
Wildlife Collision Stats.
Bozeman Ghost Stories
Isaac Lorton
Hometown haunting.
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