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Invited Outside

  Last night, Brett went out to check on the deer hanging in our barn.  The kids, following close behind, stopped dead in their tracks and stared a...

Paying It Forward

Cleaning out your freezer to make room for this season's elk?  Harvested that trophy buck and you don't have room for the meat? Consider sharing y...

Some grit

The mighty hunter has returned.  I cringe as he removes his blistered and bloody toes from his boots.  He shares the tale of an enraged bull elk c...

Thoughts from the Field...

"Recently I came across a black bear and her two cubs in the Crazy Mountains...I quickly found myself wishing I had placed my order for the rapid ...

Bowhunting Widow

It's never good when your neighbor gives you a decorative sign that says, "We interrupt this marriage for bowhunting season." With a sweet kiss go...

The design of things

I try not to talk to about it much but my husband loves to sew.  Usually if I do, the awkward questions begin with "So, he loves to sew? That is s...

Friendship is the most important thing

Since Brett was five, he has had his best friend. The two played baseball, rode bikes, and pulled pranks on neighbor girls.  They relocated prair...

Elk Hunting is in the Air

I can feel it in the air: Bowhunting Season.  As the end of a beautiful Montana summer draws to a close, the signs are all around me.  Cool and cr...

Llama Packing is a Family Affair

A few weeks ago, we loaded up our llamas and headed into the Beartooth Wilderness in Southwestern Montana.  Brett's brother, K. and his family jo...

The Importance of Conservation

Growing up hunting and fishing in Montana, our founder, Brett Jones, learned early about the need for conservation.  Many Sunday drives were spen...