These quaint cabins will make you want to escape into the Montana wilderness Whether you’re going skiing in the winter, or hiking in the summer, a Montana cabin is the perfect place to relax after a day full of adventures.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Region 1 Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting on March 6 The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 1 Citizen Advisory Committee is meeting on March 6, 2019.
Here is what Dawn had to say… One of the largest crowds to play snow shoe softball in the north fork braved the ten degree weather to have fun at Jim & Lorna Rittenburg’s. Afterward we were all treated to another amazing potluck by the northfork cooks. It was a fun day for all. Thanks Dawn… Read More »
The Montana Native Plant Society will host a talk by ecologist, botanist and photographer, Lech Naumovich, on native perennial grasslands and prairies, manzanita scrub and inland dune restoration in the City of San Francisco, as well as including human communities in the process in a thoughtful and ecologically relevant manner. The talk is at 7… Read More »
Vernon Pettey, NFLA webmaster, has posted some wonderful new photos on the front page of the NFLA website. Check them out here.
By all accounts, today’s snowshoe softball was a huge success. Dawn Olson Jacobson sent along some photos and said… A fun warm snowy day for Funny Hats Snow shoe Baseball at Jim and Lorna Rittenberg’s home. The weather was very nice with temps around 35 degrees. Thanks to Jim and Lorna for letting everyone invade their… Read More »
Sue Fletcher Evans gave us permission to post some photos that she took from the New Year’s Eve party at the hall. Thank you Sue for sharing! Did you know that our good neighbor and friend Sue was a professional photographer? Check out her website at www.PhotographyBySueEvans.com . If anyone wants reprints of any these wonderful photos,… Read More »