Here’s a note from the Polebridge Mercantile. Great idea! Hi Folks- So we are definitely hearing some interest in a grocery delivery service from folks who dont want to fight the crazy Costco/super 1 crowds right now. We put our thinking cap on and here are details of the new service: 1). Orders must be… Read More »
The Hungry Horse News has an article that begins… A cabin just north of Polebridge was damaged by a fire late Friday afternoon, but did not appear to be a total loss. The fire apparently started in a chimney or wood stove in a cabin owned by Oliver Meister. Meister and friend as well as… Read More »
The Daily Inter Lake has an article that begins… Since taking over as owner of the Polebridge Mercantile five years ago, Will Hammerquist and his team have undertaken major upgrades to the property each winter. Last year, Hammerquist and Jason Sawyer, the director of external sales, set out to rectify a problem that started at… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon has a story that begins… Summer in Polebridge is an outdoor-lover’s paradise, wandering one of the wildest corridors left in the lower 48 without the benefit of power, pavement, or phone service. And the Polebridge Mercantile has served as a traveler’s oasis in this wild land for more than a century, an island of… Read More »
Folks were eating pizza, listening to fine music, and finally got up and started dancing. A good time was had by all. Here are some photos to enjoy.
The Hungry Horse News says that the owner of the Polebridge Mercantile would like to see a path along the road from Polebridge to the entrance of Glacier National Park. Will Hammerquist said he’s willing to donate $20,000 to the cause over a four year period. Hammerquist said it’s a safety issue as more people come… Read More »
Heather Matthews says… Happy spring! The saloon will open Thursday May 25 for the North Fork community. Hope to see you. I will give 10% off the rest of the year to those I see and maybe those I don’t.
For some reason I woke this morning thinking of summer afternoons and evenings at the Northern Lights and Home Ranch Bottoms. So here are some of our favorite photos from over the years. They’ll both be open in a couple of months and then the fun can begin again.
Chris, Monica, Teckla, and Maddie joined dogs and enthusiasts at the start of the race on Hay Creek Road. Snow, dogs, sleds, fun… what more do you need on a North Fork Saturday? Here are Chris Graff’s beautiful photos. Click on one of the photos to get a slideshow.