I see where it could be a creepy photo for some. What gets me is the camouflage... are those pajamas?
Anyways more People Eating Tasty Animals is good to see.
"To find such places, just study the guidebooks, and then wander off somewhere else."
"Our spot won't be on anyone's wall calendar this year, so we'll get to appreciate it all by ourselves."
Exactly! I enjoyed that read Fred.
I couldn't comment one way or the other on the Pinesdale community. However after reading this article I can comment on the very poor journalism used by its author. Good grief! It might as well have been a story on a bigfoot sighting, as there was about as many facts used.
"he doesn't deserve the abuse just because he's rich & famous. " Posted by mtmaui on October 4, 2010
It's not abuse, it's opinion. It's not because he is rich and famous. It's because he attempted to pilfer a natural resource that all Montanans have rights to. He most likely was duped when buying the property. That's a shame. None the less if a person comes along and sells you property that isn't his to sell. It doesn't become your property.
I love your statement about kind and considerate people. As though if the western Montana population were kind and considerate they would just have let Huey have the slough and to hell with the law.
In the end it has been settled by the law. If you or others including Huey want any perceived anti Hueyism to go away, then he should drop the subject and move on with his life. It's not like he doesn't have the best access to the slough. Poor Huey...
Mr. Lewis has seen to it that he will always be considered an outsider in a state where the most valuable resources are owned and stewarded by the public.
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