The headwaters of the Stillwater River.
Red Lodge author Gary Ferguson’s latest book, “The Carry Home,” recounts his journey through grief after his wife died in a canoeing accident. At her request he spread her ashes in five wild places important to her, including at Becker Lake in the Beartooth Mountains.
At Mariane Lake one of Ferguson’s friends was picked up by a helicopter after she injured her ankle during a memorial trip in honor of Jane Ferguson to the Beartooth Mountains.
Ferguson’s new book will be released in November. A reading and book signing will be held in Red Lodge to kick off his book tour.
An adventurous backpacker and hiker, Gary Ferguson has made many tough treks into the wilds of North America. But none of them could prepare him for the challenging journey he made through grief following the death of his wife, Jane, after their canoe was swamped on a Canadian river in 2005.
For veteran nature writer Gary Ferguson, journaling about the tragic death of Jane, his wife of 25 years, and their life together began as a way to heal.
Nature, science and adventure writer Gary Ferguson will be the guest writer hosted by the Montana State University Billings Honors Program.
Tom McGuane, just in from getting his place buttoned up for fall, couldn’t pass up a few M&Ms on the way to the phone.
Author Thomas McGuane will receive the Emeritus Award at the High Plains BookFest banquet Oct. 20 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A Florida man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming Lincoln County sheriff's deputies violated his Second Amendment rights by arresting him while repeatedly asking him whether he was carrying a handgun.
Farcountry Press of Helena is distributing a new book, "Nature's Keeper," that tells the story of naturalist and educator John Ripley Forbes and his role in leading the children's nature movement.
Billings author Russell Rowland, co-editor of the recently released anthology “West of 98,” will be presenting a reading and discussion of the book Thursday at the Western Heritage Center as part of the High Noon Lecture Series.
Lynne Montague says the book club she belongs to has never had a special name. Members just call it The Book Club.
Audubon's annual bird festival, Wings Across the Big Sky, will be held in Glasgow June 3-5 to highlight the importance of conservation and management of several species unique to northeastern Montana.
The Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Foundation will hold a Spring Fling at Chico Hot Springs on Sunday, March 27, featuring Red Lodge author Gary Ferguson and Livingston musician Mike Devine.