Friday, July 31, 2009

Bear Carvings from Tree Stumps

Carving things out of trees (like totem poles), is nothing new, and seems to be a modern artistic outlet for out-of-work lumberjacks, and there are WAY too many unemployed lumberjacks out here in the western United States.
These carvings are located at a campground in St. Regis, Montana. (You can Click on photos to open large-size view.)
These are scattered throughout the campground and there are also other carvings, depicting fish, beaver and other animals. It's pretty cool.
I have to agree that these are works of art, and they remain here, in place, in their natural habitat, available for all to enjoy.

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Fishing the Bitterroot River in Montana

Not just a good day, but a good day for fishing too. This is the Bitterroot River "Wally Crawford Fishing Access" just off Highway 93 near Lake Como in western Montana.
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