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A Family Reunion Haywagon Adventure

Summer is here, family is coming for a visit and what can you do? Here’s a great idea! I recently joined with friends when they planned a haywagon ride as part of their family reunion in north central Montana. Their gathering was headquartered in Chinook, MT located on US Hwy 2…we call it Montana’s Hi-Line. […]

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Hitch Those Wagons for A Montana Adventure

A few weeks ago I joined Halfmoon Enterprises southeast of Lewistown, MT on one of their wagon train adventures and what an adventure it was! Since I don’t have a wagon (my Subaru doesn’t count) I decided to ride along in one of the wagons. My other option was renting one of their horses and […]

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Still Birdwatching – Our List is Growing

Here’s the drill, it’s 6am, we are packed and checked out, breakfast is either consumed or in hand, and we are driving south of Havre, MT 10 miles to Beaver Creek Park. This 17 mile long park straddles the paved road giving easy access to several camping areas, fishing gems, and great places for birding. […]

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Two More Days of Birdwatching

I’ll admit, when we checked out of the Fairfield Park Inn in Fairfield, MT at 6am for our second day of birding, I was tired. Surely, the same birds would still be there at 8am! It didn’t take long for my enthusiasm to come back when we traveled west of Choteau, MT along Bellview Road […]

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Take A Stroll on the River’s Edge Trail

River’s Edge Trail winds its way along the Missouri River as it travels through Great Falls, Montana. This non-motorized use trail is on both north and south sides of the river and bypasses Black Eagle Falls, Rainbow Falls and Crooked Falls.  The trail is paved for approximately 12 miles but as you reach the edges of the city, it […]

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A Birdwatching Trip through Russell Country

We’ve been doing some exploring following trails in Russell Country’s birding brochure titled “Wings Across the Big Sky”. Follow along as we share our knowledge gained! Our first stop in this birdwatching trek was at Great Falls’ Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center located on the banks of the Missouri River. Here we learned about birds discovered by the expedition […]

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Rodeos and Rhubarb

Conrad, MT offers two days of afternoon rodeos and a variety of community events during their 68th Annual Whoop Up Trail Days June 7 & 8, 2008. The ever-popular Rhubarb Festival will be featured also. The rodeo grounds are about 3 miles northeast of Conrad and easy to find…just follow the pickup trucks! Rodeos start at 2pm Saturday […]

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It’s a Rainy Memorial Day – Enjoy!

Yup, the rain is looking like a steady friend this Memorial Day weekend in northcentral Montana. Just in time, we have several of our fabulous museums opening their doors to provide plenty of activities for visitors and residents alike. Fort Benton opens the Montana Agriculture Museum, Museum of the Upper Missouri and the BLM’s new […]

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Montana Festival of the Wind

The answer my friend, is blowing in the wind. The answer regarding what to do on the weekend of June 20 – 22, 2008 is to experience Harlowton’s Festival of the Wind 2008! A sampling of events includes a motorcycle rally, rodeo and road tour, alternative energy conference, tours of the nearby wind farm, golf scramble, 20 […]

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