What to do in Bozeman in NovemberWhat to do in Bozeman in November What to do in Bozeman in November? The mad rush is over, for now. There is downtime in Montana for tourist influx. The Appeal of a Montana summer is over and the skiers are anxiously waiting for the snow reports. It’s currently...
Summer is here and Montana is OpenSummer is Back and Montana is Mmmostly Open COVID-19 Phase II Started June 1st What to Expect While Visiting Montana We are all very excited to see the change of Montana’s other season, winter, into our beloved Summer. This short season is treasured by residents...
Three Dollar Bridge FishingThree Dollar Bridge Fishing Three Dollar Bridge on the Madison is one of the most iconic fishing spots in the west. People travel here from all over the world to try their luck. If you are making the trip here is a bit of info that I have learned over the years about...
Camping On The Boulder – My First Experience In A Truck Camper
My experience using a truck camper for the first time while spending a weekend on the Boulder River.
Cabin Fever Cure – Spring FloatCabin Fever Cure – Spring Float Ian Kennedy May 4th 2020 Spring is a great time to hit the water. Especially in these times where social distancing is a must. Saturday was the day! A float on the Madison was the cure for being cooped up for weeks! With rods and...
Keeping busy during detentionKeeping busy in Chains Finding sanity within the panic Outside Thoughts I’m sure you are aware of our current crisis. Cities and businesses are closing down for the unforeseeable future, and guidelines for keeping distance from each other leaves the...
Staying Sane While Social Distancing
It is week two of social distancing here in Bozeman, MT and it seems like every day the same question comes up. What can we do today while still following the social distancing protocol? We have created a list of activities to help keep you sane while social distancing.
Reasons We Love Montana SummersSeasons come and seasons go. Luckily for us, they come back. Summer in many parts of Montana feels like it can pass overnight. In 2019 it certainly felt that way. Spring and early summer were wet. Flowers and veggies bloomed late. Warm weather didn’t start until...
Important Pieces for a DIY Montana Elk HuntWhat you need on your next Montana Elk Hunt Everyone has specific needs while hunting, so my pack and your pack may vary a little. Personally, comfortablility is key. If I don’t have a place to stay warm and dry, I will not make it through the hunt. Secondly, I...
Smith River April 2019Life Between Walls April 19, 2019, we arrived at Camp Baker around 7:30am to a couple of small campfires and strangers drinking their morning coffee. After paying our floater’s fees, selecting our campsites for the three nights, listening to our safety meeting,...
On a last ditch effort to knock some geese out of the sky, we headed North towards Great Falls on a hot tip from the boss.
The September Slump
It has been one hard month of hunting the elusive wapiti in the mountains of Southwest Montana.
Sluice Box State Park
I have heard great things about this place, so I had to make my way up there.
Hiking the Tobacco Root Mountains
July has been a warm month in Montana, so we headed up to the Tobacco Roots.
Anthony Bourdain on Montana
Remembering the great Bourdain
When warm weather and smoke plagues Southern Montana during the late summer there is only one thing to do…
4th of July in MT
The 4th of July is always a time for celebration and relaxation.
Adventuring around Bozeman, MT
Many people tend to just fly into Bozeman and head elsewhere for adventures.
Springtime Daytrip in Yellowstone
May is a great time to visit Yellowstone National Park. Early spring brings bison calves, ample wildlife, and very few crowds.