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- Drew PoggeChoosing day by day. “People are like dice. We throw ourselves in the direction of our own choosing.” ―Jean-Paul Sartre Read more >>David TuckerA lightweight shell is a staple and especially useful in spring. Whether you’re running, biking, hiking, or fishing, having a water-repellent windproof layer will keep you comfortable and safe when the weather turns. Read more >>
- the editorsHowdy there, folks. Love your mag — usually great fun and good info. We have a nephew at MSU, so your mag sorta helps keep me and my brother Will in touch with him. However, your summer issue, in our view, was less than the norm. Read more >>England, MikeThe law locks up the man or womanWho steals the goose from off the common,But lets the greater felon looseWho steals the common from the goose.—Anonymous Read more >>the editorsDespite half our staff being females over 30 (and half of those over 50), there’s a contingent of the Bozeman populace that believes Outside Bozeman is put together by a bunch of 20-something dude-bros who do little more than lap Leverich and bomb Bridger between half-stoned pints at the Read more >>
- Drew PoggeChoosing day by day. “People are like dice. We throw ourselves in the direction of our own choosing.” ―Jean-Paul Sartre Read more >>Pogge, DrewLearning to accept uncertainty. “When nothing is sure, everything is possible.”—Margaret Drabble Read more >>Pogge, DrewBozeman's time of transition. Things do not change; we change. —Henry David Thoreau Read more >>Pogge, DrewThe outdoor honor code."Unfaithfulness in the keeping of an appointment is an act of clear dishonesty. You may as well borrow a person’s money as his time.” —Horace Mann Read more >>
- Maybe it started with a hike up Sypes Canyon at dusk, when the clouds seemed to converge over the Tobacco Roots, as if to float just a little Read more >>Designer and Illustrator Angie Mangels left the potato fields of northwest Montana behind to pursue a career in art and skiing. Finding the mountains around Bozeman to be a perfect fit, she put down roots and started exploring the area by feet, on skis, and by bike. Read more >>Described by a recent intern as "abrasive, egotistical, and borderline psychotic," editor and publisher Mike England firmly believes in the power of negative reinforcement. Read more >>Croisant, StevieAfter living in Illinois for 22 years, Stevie realized that happiness was in the mountains. So she left the flatlands in pursuit of a more adventurous life. When Stevie's not in the office, you can find her tossing frisbees for her border collie or testing her luck on the slopes. Read more >>
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