Bob Marshall Wilderness Ranch of Montana

Address: Saint Ignatius, Montana, 59865, United States | Ranch
 
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Travel Blogs from Saint Ignatius

Unanswered Questions

A travel blog entry by byheartandfoot on Oct 24, 2014

4 photos

... the relationships I have with my family and friends. But, these relationships will not help me move forward with my dreams.

I returned to Kentucky, originally only for five days to finish up things before heading to Arizona to visit another friend, Violet. But, some family issues crashed down hard! And the new questions where not about whether traveling was right for me, but if I would stay to receive custody of ...

5. Whitefish to Holland Lake (3 days, 122.3 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Aug 25, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... detour along an incorrectly selected trail. Some people would say that we were lost; we decided we had gone the wrong way when the trail ran out, we were pushing our bikes through huge piles of grizzly poo, and there were motion sensor cameras on the trees. Towards the end of the route we got spectacular views of both Swan and Mission mountains but were too tired to get the camera out. We finally reached the camp ground at Holland Lake as gibbering wrecks, but the ...

The Great Outdoors - Grand Tetons & Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Jun 14, 2011

1 comment, 39 photos

... that early in our trip (at the Statue of Liberty in New York) we bought some souvenir books called "National Park Passports". At every National Park in America there is a place where you can stamp your book with a stamp that has the current date and the name of the Park. Sometimes they also have stamps with etchings of the main feature of the park - like the Statue of Liberty or Mount Rushmore. So, it's been kind of fun to make a point of stopping at ...

National Bison Refuge

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Aug 22, 2010

1 comment, 25 photos

... shaggy coat much treasured by hunters in the 19th century. When not grazing, buffalo are often seen rolling in mud or dust holes to coat their themselves with dirt (protection from insects). They often seem slow and lumbering but are quick and able to run as fast as a horse.

We also saw a number of whitetail deer, pronghorn antelope and one ...

A Day in the Life of a Teacher

A travel blog entry by johnandheather on Sep 25, 2006

1 comment

We just finished the first 3 weeks of school, and we're closing in on midterm. I know many of you think we don't do anything but play here, seeing that we've only posted about the fun things we've done like family camp, pack trip and other stuff like that, but we want to let you know what it is we really do here the majority of the time. School is a bit different here than most of you are used too. I (Heather) have 8 students in my class now ranging from 3rd grade to ...