Part of the Whole
Tuesday, September 8, will mark our 100th day since we moved to Bozeman. It also just happens to coincide with Bozeman Magazine’s 100th Anniversary issue. In an effort to try new things, and ingratiate myself with my new community, I…
When we told people we were moving here, their first question always was: do you ski, do you hike, do you fish, do you bike, boat, snowshoe…perhaps? In other words, am I an outdoor person? My response was no, no to everything but a…
When I first moved here last October, everyone warned me about the long winters. The chorus I heard in my first weeks here were: “Oh the winters are so long, and you have to get out and find something to do outside or you’ll go…
It’s important to manage the garbage for sure, but it’s heartbreaking when our throwaway society treats its domesticated animals like inanimate objects.
The amazing thing about food is that unlike a traditional history lesson that will give you facts, food will tell you a story about people, a place and a time, that involves all of your senses.
Two of the most common lies told in Montana are: 1.) Yup, this here pick up’s paid for. 2.) Yup, I won this here belt buckle at a rodeo in high school.
Last night at three a.m., I woke up in the middle of the night from a bad cold.