No more silly name, same great service! Phasmid is now Explore Rentals. Although we still love the name Phasmid, and the meaning behind the name, it is just to darned weird. Nothing has changed with the business, just a new name. The change will not happen overnight, but it has begun!
Looks like the cat is out of the bag! Not that we are one’s to gossip, but it is certainly one of the best shows on TV. Glad we could play our quiet little part… Original article published by Billings Gazette: Anthony Bourdain finds ‘Parts Unknown’ in Montana DAVID McCUMBER For The Gazette JOSH FERRELL/CNN […]
How to Rent a Car That Will Keep You Alive in Montana Jo Piazza, Managing Editor, 12/10/14 While visiting Montana, you will most likely be spending quite a bit of time in the car. (Jo Piazza) During my recent trip to Bozeman, Montana at the end of November I learned just how much time […]
Sunrise heading into Dell. January 14, 2012 Road trip: Big Sheep Creek Byway Photos and story by Will Casella Explorebigsky.com Contributor Dillon The town of Dillon sits at the crossroads of state Highway 41 and Interstate 15, on the banks of the Beaverhead River, in Beaverhead County. Named after the unique rock formation on the Jefferson […]
August 21, 2011 Posted by ADMIN in EXPLORE, LIFESTYLE, MONTANA, OUTDOORS Click to share this Montana cuisine: trout on the grill Recipe and photo by Will Casella Smoked trout, Bing cherry salsa, and kiwi rum chili vinaigrette tostadas HOT SMOKED TROUT • 2 large fillet or 4 smaller fillets • Salt and pepper • Mirin to add color (not required) • Smoking chips […]
Small Montana businesses get some big press Washington D.C. based journalist Desmond Butler recently decided to try his hand writing about his true passions: fly-fishing and Montana. The results are impressive so far. Butler, a foreign affairs journalist for the Associated Press, published an article titled “Swollen rivers, but great fly fishing in Montana,” on […]
Published in Explore Big Sky by Phasmid’s Will Casella. Ennis to the Centennial Valley Guided road trip and photos by Will Casella Southwest Montana’s small towns and public lands offer endless exploration for locals and visitors alike. From casual scenic drives to hardcore backcountry adventures, Montana is what you make of it. The key is to […]
For the Huff Post Reader: Swollen rivers, but great fly fishing in Montana DESMOND BUTLER | August 3, 2011 05:12 PM EST | Compare other versions » TWIN BRIDGES, Mont. — Ahead of my fishing trip to Montana in early July, my old fly-casting instructor gave me some troubling advice. “Cancel your trip,” said Dusty […]