The Arrogance of the US Forest Service BY TERRY L. ANDERSON 02/06/17 After years of hearing from my friend Frank-Paul about the beauties of Indian Creek in the Madison Range, south of Ennis, Mont., my wife and I saddled our horses at the designated U.S. Forest Service trailhead more than a mile from the Lee […]
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Montana Artist Amber Jean Carves in Bhutan—What a Relief BY MARIA WYLLIE 02/06/17 Located in the Eastern Himalayas, the Kingdom of Bhutan stands out as a place like no other. Roughly the size of Switzerland, rural and landlocked, the country is wedged between China in the north and India in the south. Called “The Land […]
Victim Pulled From Deep Snow Near Cooke City BY PAUL WEAMER Just north of Cooke City, Montana, a stone’s throw from Yellowstone, blustery arctic winds blew across Henderson Peak in the Beartooth Mountains. Air temperatures hovered in the upper teens, as afternoon wind gusts of over 20 mph began to diminish by 3:00 p.m. Four […]
Capturing the Big Sky From High Above BY MARIA WYLLIE Imagine hovering above Yellowstone National Park, and the world’s natural treasures in the most remote areas, where humans rarely travel. Like a bird of prey circling its quarry, you look down upon the landscape, see how it all fits together—from on high, yet close enough to […]
Hard Lives of Male Domination for Female Indians BY RICHARD IRVING DODGE (Originally published in 1882) The life of an Indian woman is a round of wearisome labor. Her marriage is only an exchange of masters, and an exchange for the worse, for the duties devolved upon a girl in the parental lodge are generally of the […]
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