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Spring Bug Hunting

Munchkin caught a spider the other day. He kept it in his new bug house for a full 24 hours, and yes, I was okay with this. 509 more words


Rail Yard Fire Highlights Dangers of Transporting Fossil Fuels

Post by Nick Engelfried

Today something happened in the Missoula rail yard owned by Montana Rail Link, which should send chills down the spine of anyone who lives near a railroad used to transport fossil fuels through Montana: a locomotive at the head of an oil train caught fire. 346 more words


The 2014 Grizzly Triathlon Race Report: One Extra For Good Luck!

It’s Easter weekend, so I will pound this one out fast. Lots to be done in the next 24 hours.


Coming into this race, I am happy to say I am feeling stronger than ever in all three disciplines. 1,530 more words

clean bongs, evil bongs, ones as big as your head


It is a venerated, global holiday of great import on Sunday, April 20. And it is also Easter.

(Look, I’m hungover from a grand total of three beers, so this is the best I can do today.) 306 more words


Am I Sure?

Today I attended the 2014 Mansfield Conference at the University of Montana (UM) entitled: Fight for Hope & Freedom, Human Trafficking, Montana & The World.  It was open and free to the public so I went simply as a concerned  citizen wanting to learn and understand more about this global problem.   857 more words


On the Cusp - Direction Changes

It was a full moon and an eclipse Monday night. At the risk of sounding new agey, the moon finally achieving its full-bodied glory only to compete with the earth’s shadow strikes me as … something of magnitude. 786 more words

Being Genuine