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Imagine Foreign Invaders Coming Into The Land

January 26, 2018 // Community, Culture

Lois Red Elk's high plains. Photo by Lois Red Elk
Poet Lois Red Elk serves as translator on a road trip and pays homage to Ella Cara Deloria 
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The Midlife Crisis Trilogy: To Live Or Die

December 28, 2017 // Community

In the conclusion of Timothy Tate's series 'When Peter Pan Enters Middle Age', Walt faces his moment of truth
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A Mountain Town Man Hits The Wall Of A Midlife Crisis

December 4, 2017 // Community

Photo courtesy Garrett Grove (garrettgrove.com)
In Part 2 of Timothy Tate's series "When Peter Pan Enters Middle Age", Walt hits the couch behind The Blue Door
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When Peter Pan Enters Middle Age

November 21, 2017 // Community

So full of vim and vigor in their youth, men in many mountain towns live lives based on athletic achievement, independence and focus on self—and then middle age delivers a crushing blow of reality
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Chasing Summits And Running Toward The Sun

October 31, 2017 // Community

The path into wild can lead us to ourselves and, in turn, knowing who we are helps us to better appreciate wild places, Timothy Tate says.
One week after Timothy Tate wrote provocatively about tragedy in the mountains, the MoJo columnist pens another on humility—and the ethic of using, but not using up, the places that personally inspire 
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A Tragedy In The Mountains Highlights Pain Facing The Young

October 16, 2017 // Community

The Madison Mountains, photo courtesy Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, B. Vandenbos
In mountain towns like Bozeman and Jackson Hole, extreme athletes are modern heroes.  When something bad happens, it should cause all of us to hold our kids closer
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