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Tag Archives: Snowshoes
Garnet, Montana: Ghost Encounters of the Old Kind
January, 2010. Trudging up the steep and icy Forest Service road that leads to the ghost town of Garnet. Cold feet, cold hands, runny nose. Beautiful scenery, but still…cold feet, cold hands, runny nose. To distract myself, I think about Emily Thomas, who … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Camping, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Outdoors, Photography, Travel Tagged cross country skiing, Garnet ghost town, ghost town, mining camp, Montana outdoors, Montana winter, Snowshoes, winter cabins 11 Comments
What do ya know – these things intersect!
Venn diagrams kind of annoy me. I mean, I get the concept – the idea of the intersection between two separate sets – but doesn’t it seem like we get a bit carried away with the need to put everything … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Photography, Travel Tagged Belmont gold mine, Gold mines, Marysville, Montana, Snowshoes, Stamp mill, winter hikes 7 Comments