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Don’t miss out on some incredible wet ‘n’ wild fun this summer at the Fort Peck Reservoir.
Founded in 1876, Miles City was once the livestock and horse-trading center of the country, and still retains its reputation as an historic cow town.
Once a part of the 1860s gold rush and capital of the Montana Territory, Virginia City now serves as a time machine that will whisk you back to the era of gold rush fever and placer mining camps.
Greek for “Hot City,” Thermopolis is principally known for the world’s largest mineral hot springs, which release more than 3 million gallons of geothermally-heated water per day.
Known affectionately as “West” to locals, this burg has been a gateway entrance to Yellowstone National Park since the early 1900s.
Once a small trading post on the Yellowstone River, Livingston shares a history with, and owes its development to, the Northern Pacific Railroad.
This small Western town in the glacier-carved Flathead Valley is often described in endearing terms — picturesque, quaint, cozy and charming. But no matter the descriptions, they all add up to a town with plenty of personality.
Karen Kinser, of Joliet, photographed her picked beets canned from some of her summer harvest.
Karen Kinser, of Joliet, shot her “grilled margherita pizza with fresh mozzarella cheese and garden tomatoes and basil.” At right are pickled beets canned from some of her summer harvest.