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The Night I Thought I Was Going To Die

Summer of 2014 was a summer that completely got away from us. Our weekends were completely and impossibly booked and now I can’t even remember with what. 1,003 more words


Red Lodge, Montana and the Beartooth All American Road, Montana and Wyoming

Despite being a staging post for visitors making their way to natural wonders such as the Beartooth Mountains, Gallatin National Forest, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, Red Lodge is, without question, the acceptable face of tourism in these parts because the tourist facilities do not obscure that Red Lodge is also a routine Montana settlement. 732 more words


The Beartooth Pass [Weekend Trip pt. 1]

Weekends upon weekends ago, some time in August, The Sexy Electrician and I took a weekend trip through Beartooth Pass. The drive is one of the most beautiful in the country and the highest in the Northern Rockies. 604 more words

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Let's not choose oil development over tourism in Carbon County

When Energy Corporation of America (ECA) presented at the Carbon County Commission meeting on September 8, Commissioner John Grewell asked (starting at 5:27), “Do you have any idea how much money your company’s put into the County’s funding through these wells that you’ve drilled so far?” 1,518 more words

Community Organization, Politics And History

Article in The Local Rag uses half-truths, lies and plain stupidity to promote oil drilling

The Local Rag, a free monthly publication distributed in south central Carbon County, recently published a rather curious pro and con on fracking. It’s worth mentioning because it highlights the tricks that pro-drilling advocates use everywhere to advance their cause. 978 more words

Fracking Information