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Snowshoeing in the Little Belt Mountains

Last weekend I began my Saturday with reading a list of things to do. While I was debating which task to start first, a friend called and asked if I wanted to go snowshoeing at Silver Crest Cross Country Ski Area near Kings Hill Pass. Well, I didn’t take too long to respond with a […]

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Snowmobiling? I’ll Give It A Try!

We wanted to get some photos and video of snowmobiling in the region and I started asking around for some contacts. I mentally went through a list of friends and turned up nobody who had a snowmobile. Actually, I needed several snowmobiles to photograph and one for me to ride on. Okay, now remember that […]

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Supper on the Slopes at Teton Pass

Last Friday I pointed my wheels toward Choteau, Montana. I love to attend some of Central Montana’s unique events and this one sounded amazing. Supper on the Slopes was calling my name! Teton Pass Ski Resort is located about 25 miles west of Choteau. My friend and I drove to Choteau, parked my car in […]

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New Year’s Day Drive

When the weather turns cold and the snow flies I tend to not want to get out and explore. I decided I just need to set aside a day every now and then, grab my camera and go! Although I didn’t get too far from my home base, I did learn a little history on my New […]

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Winter Range Bulls

How Is Hunting Season Going?

According to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, by the end of the fourth weekend of big game general hunting season, numbers of harvested elk, mule deer and white-tailed deer were below average. True to form, the numbers vary by hunting district with the northwest part of the state actually seeing some higher numbers for deer […]

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Nativity Sets on Display Until January 7

We have such a unique display in Great Falls – wish I would have written about it sooner when I first visited there a few weeks ago! Local Great Falls resident Carol Olthoff has collected nativity sets for many, many years. She has received them as gifts, purchased them and then sometimes she just “finds” […]

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