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Managing Clutter in the Home

Out of sight, out of mind, or so the adage goes. But you can go on dumping the excess of daily life into drawers, piling it in the basement or tossing it in a box for only so long.   Sooner or later, the drawers will get stuck, the basement walkway will disappear, the...

Montana Living

There is a joke that goes around the Internet quite frequently. It isn’t particularly complex, sort of a one-liner. It goes like this: Plan for a happier life: Step 1: Move to Montana End of plan It is hard to picture a place more idyllic than Montana. From its...

Ranching In the Open Range Days

It is the rare privilege of the cowboy to un-roll his tarp on the sweet smelling turf and gaze in peaceful quiet at the myriad of twinkling stars; to feel the indefinable touch of the daylight air; to see the east throw its kaleidoscopic colors across the firmament in...

Fly Fishing the Big Hole River in Montana

The Yellowstone and Madison river valleys set the standard by which many anglers judge the beauty of Montana's other waters. Open basins, towering mountain peaks, and an abundance of wildlife make these areas popular among those looking for breathtaking scenery and...

Montana’s Beaverhead River

Cold, clear water releases from Clark Canyon Reservoir, a healthy streambed that bolsters terrific aquatic insect hatches, and strict angling regulations are the three biggest reasons Beaverhead trout are able to pack on the pounds. But with so much going for them,...

Beaseley and the Bear

All old-timers of Bozeman Montana remember Eph. Beaseley. He was a long, lank, hungry, naturally tired individual reared in the ague swamps of Arkansas. Beaseley was very fond of hunting and the number of bears he had slaughtered, to hear him tell it around some...