Find out where local art professionals like to get a way when the weather warms up.
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Jody Grant and her daughters enjoy the hike along the Stillwater River to Sioux Charley Lake near Nye.
A sure sign of spring, the emergence of insects provides another opportunity to tap into our inner naturalist.
Kevin Kooistra spends many weekends exploring the open spaces near Billings. In this shot, his youngest daughter, Lilly, looks for insects in the Bull Mountains.
The Pryor Mountains is a favorite day-trip destination for many in the Billings area. In addition to its famous wild horses, the mountain meadows also features beautiful wildflowers.
Lynn and Andre Al like to wander the trails at Phipps Park in search of rock formations -- and disc golf baskets.
This shot by Billings photographer John Havener, titled "Lords of the Mountain Top," was taken at the Montana Grizzly Encounter between Livingston and Bozeman.
Roundup artist Coila Evans likes to paint outside in the spring along the Musselshell River. This out building she painted recently is behind a house in downtown Roundup.