Gun Utopia?


Recently in my home state of Montana, there were two murders by guns in a mid-sized town in the span of a week.  One incident involved a mother suffering from postpartum depression and the second involved a scorned lover with mental health issues. Murder is not something Montana faces very often. These incidents have me very troubled, especially as my husband and I talk about growing our family and our desire to move back west to raise our hypothetical children. We want our children to be able to bike to a friend’s house without worry and we want our children to explore the world in freedom and safety. But these two gun related incidents weigh heavy on my mind and heart.

I’m a sportswoman and love to hunt. I respect individual freedoms, the right to bear arms and gun owner rights...

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Friday Finds | Holiday Gifts for the Home

Home Gifts


Wrapped Arrows // Gauge Coasters // Antler Candleholders // Serving Bowl // Filson Blanket

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Friday Finds | Stocking Stuffers

Whelp!  Can you believe it’s already December?!  In case you didn’t get all your shopping done on Black Friday… here’s a few stocking stuffer ideas for your sportswoman or man!

Stocking Stuffers 2015

Pocket Fly Fishing Guide // Fly Line (you can never have too much!) // Flybox Subscription // Drinking Chocolate // Your Favorite Brand of Shotshells // Water Bottle // Hand Warmers // Leatherman // Protein Bar

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We hope you had an extraordinary Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, joy and turkey!! We are beyond thankful for your continued support and this growing community. Join us today in opting outside instead of standing in line at a store on Black Friday!! Good luck and remember camo is the new black!

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Real Foodists: Bowhunting brings wild food — and conscious eating — to the table

Guest Post


By Kristen A. Schmitt

Originally published on Weston and reposted here with permission from the author.

My journey to bowhunting wasn’t a direct one. In fact, it was a path I never could have predicted that I would take. But my passion for nutrition and quality food fueled my desire to try to fill my freezer myself with organic free range meat courtesy of my local forest.

This means that I didn’t grow up learning the skill as a child – it was something that I decided to learn in my 30s with the support of my family and my continued quest for good quality food. While many in society eat meat daily and at nearly every meal, few question the origins of the piece of protein on their plate...

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