If Carrie Jamrogowicz were copying Stacy Lear, why doesn't she gain 50 lbs to be fat like Stacy Lear?
"I cut down many of the trees on Meow Mix in 2005, something for which I still feel ashamed, but what was I suppossed to do, quit my trails job. I fully agree with Mr. Power that any ecological damage caused by the original Meow Mix trail is dwarfed by the impacts from the Lolo N.F.' efforts to close the trail. "
Don't be ashamed. All one has to do is open a sattelite view on Google Maps and there are much greater damages being inflicted by others who simply have deep pockets. This dialogue has made me grow quite weary. I'm from missoula and my Dad and brothers rode the rattlesnake every day on their dirt bikes without issue. Seriously people there are millions of acres of forested land and a trail affects such a small percentage that I give serious kudos to those who are willing to break their back creating new trails. This new mentality that we were never supposed to use the land that is available to us, but rather leave it to timber companies and mining operations to rape and pillage drives me crazy. Stop hugging trees and use them. Stop tearing up artwork that many man hours went into creating and use your resources to plan more recreational opportunities.
That Ely Indreland is amazing with horses!
It's great that Tri published this untold story. I have some of the photos, events and descriptions from some of the 'mountain men' that were there, but only a bit from the student's opinions. Glad you found this informative and moving! I am finishing up on the real biography of John Johnston complete with genealogy. see www.johnlivereatingjohnston.com Great article.
Dorman Nelson Los Angeles
I'll make sure to tell the City Council and the mayor (if he's there next week) not to waste $3.5 million of your money on streets that aren't broken.
Can Grunke please suggest ways to rally for better pay?
Sounds like an office worker's prognosis to me.
Great comment! These extractive industries and ranchers seem to think that OUR public lands are there for them to exploit pretty much for free.
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