If you have ventured outside in the last few weeks, you probably noticed something happened to the winter: it ended. Although many people do not enjoy the cold winter, for the avid outdoorsman it is a chance to partake in some of most enjoyable sports out there.
With Bozeman being such an outdoorsy place, the options for outdoor activities over the summer are almost limitless. One summer activity that will be great is exploring the mountains of the Bozeman area on bike.
Many people enjoy photography to some extent or another. Although there are varying degrees, most people like to capture a beautiful scene or some animal caught at the right moment.
Lately, animals such as bison and elk have been observed leaving Yellowstone National Park in large groups, seemingly with one goal in mind — getting away from Yellowstone.
At long last, spring is on our doorstep. Although the last few weeks have seen some of the most bizarre changes between hot, sunny days and days where the snow will not stop coming down, winter is now behind us.
For most teens, especially guys, video games are commonplace. Many of us have had our moms tell us we needed to go outside and get some fresh air.
Spring break never seems to last long enough, but at the same time, it provides an opportunity to enjoy the first bits of spring which lead into the summer months.
If you are like me and have issues planning ahead or remembering what you are going to be doing if you made plans, this spring break may have seemed to sneak up on you.
If you enjoy scavenger hunts, hide and seek activities or searching for things using a GPS, geocaching may be the thing for you.
In the winter most fishermen allow their season to come to a halt. Although fishing isn’t the same as in warm weather, it is still possible to get out fishing.
If you were at Bridger this last weekend, you may have noticed that a bunch of kids were around wearing bibs with race numbers on them.
In Bozeman, the winters are cold, windy, snowy, and have all of the general characteristics that scream “stay indoors!” to many.