Carol and Clyde took part in a panel in Bozeman recently and it was there they introduced me to the term “landsnorkeling.” It resonated. A few days later I was skiing in the Bridgers with several other women and we … Continued
We discovered discovertheforest.org and couldn’t me more excited! It’s a great resource, full of ideas for the kid in all of us!
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We talk a lot about getting away from technology in this blog, but it has it’s place. If you are landsnorkeling in the Greater Yellowstone or Gallatin area, and wondering what that flower right there is, we have your answer! … Continued
Taken from www.scottmcmillion.com “Mark of the Grizzly” immediately became a regional bestseller upon its release in 1998 and was described by reviewers as “an instant classic.” That description made me a little nervous at the time, but I’m proud to … Continued
Artist Profile: Carol Guzman Written by Steve Doherty When Montana artist Carol Guzman talks about her paintings during the 1st Annual PleinAir Convention & Expo from April 12-15, 2012, her message will be as much about environmental conservation as it will be about painting plants, … Continued
This is a link to an article on why landsnorkeling is so important for our mental health and well being. A modern, cutting age article on an issue that’s been around for centuries. It’s about getting away from people and technology … Continued
Look into a sunflower and see the face of “God”. Humanity has always had an intense need to understand the biological world around him and out of this grew his peculiar ability to articulate an explanation for what he does … Continued