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Upper Ousel Falls Trail

Ousel Falls is a very inspiring morning hike. This hike is a very easy walk, one the whole family can do in comfort. Pack breakfast or a do a picnic lunch. The east fork of the Gallatin is also a great place to catch west slope Cutthroat as well. The trail is 1.7 miles round […]

Mule Deer Fawn on the Run

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First Peoples Buffalo Jump

FIRST PEOPLES BUFFALO JUMP, Southwest of Great Falls, MT   The Interpretive Center wasn’t open @ 8 a.m., I just drove on and found signs for the higher access to the Buffalo Jump off the rocks, over the ledge ~THE Buffalo ran and their legs, necks, backs were broken in many places and the People […]

Land to Table: Bison

    Brought to America by Ted Turner, Turner Ranches, & Ted’s Montana Grill An Exclusive Excerpt from Last Stand (Lyons Press) by Todd Wilkinson When Ted Turner reached the half-century mark in 1988, he owned CNN and TBS, professional baseball and basketball teams, the MGM film library, a handful of properties in the Southeast, and an […]

Closing on the Ultimate Ranch Takes Bates Land Consortium

  by Jame Moore   Real estate dealings are complex no matter what the size of the property may be. However, when it comes to the large deal there is no company better suited for the job than Bates Land Consortium.   The ultimate closing on the ultimate property; when this is the plan, Patrick […]

Fay Ranches: Leaders in Conservation Easements

     by Jade Severson Conserving land and water is not all when it comes to the benefits that this world receives when speaking about conservation easements. In fact, through this process, a way of life is preserved – for the land, the wildlife, and for the next generation to be able to enjoy the […]

Fay Ranches: Focusing on the Real Value of the Land

  Fay Ranches: Focusing on the Real Value of the Land by James Moore The value of land is no longer dollars and cents. A majority of people already know this. Yes, having the acquisition is one thing, but the actual value of the land – the return on investment a company or private individual […]

Island Moose

  Island Moose This weekend while fishing one of my favorite rivers, which was high and off color, so I decided to do more hiking and photography instead. A beautiful day lots of clouds and golden stones everywhere. Fishing was a bit on the slow side anyway. As I neared the end of my hike, […]

Tracks of Time, Bear Creek Canyon

  Tracks of Time, Bear Creek Canyon By Travel with Charley Tracks of time are captured moments, from someone’s movement through the space known as time. Road Trekin Adventures is doing this very thing on a daily basis. We will start bring you those moments in video and photo essay’s weekly at the very least. […]

Butte’s Uptown Gem “Head Frame Spirits”

As I have traveled all my life since a young child, I have always sought out true craft businesses in the arena of food and spirits. In my youth it was true Ice Cream Parlors with homemade ice cream, still is to some degree. In my sub adult years, I search out great eating establishments and […]