Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country Author Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-10 9781460380819
Release 2015-05-01
Pages 384
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No one writes Western romance better than #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller! Let her take you to the town of Parable, Montana… The illegitimate son of a wealthy rancher, Sheriff Slade Barlow grew up in a trailer hitched to the Curly-Burly hair salon his mother runs. He was never acknowledged by his father…until now. Suddenly, Slade has inherited half of Whisper Creek Ranch, one of the most prosperous in Parable County. That doesn't sit well with his half brother, Hutch, who grew up with all the rights of a Carmody, including the affections of Joslyn Kirk, homecoming queen, rodeo queen, beauty queen—and the girl Slade's never forgotten. But Joslyn has come home to Parable under difficult circumstances. Resented by many of the townspeople cheated by her crooked stepfather, she's trying to rebuild her life and repay everyone who lost money because of his schemes. With a town to protect, plus a rebellious teenage stepdaughter, Slade already has his hands full. But someone has to convince Joslyn that she's responsible only for her own actions—and that someone is Sheriff Barlow!



Big Sky Country Das weite Land

Big Sky Country   Das weite Land Author Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-10 9783862787876
Release 2013-07-10
Pages 352
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Urplötzlich steht Sheriff Slade Barlows ruhiges Leben kopf. Erst vermacht ihm sein Vater, der ihn nie anerkannt hat, die Hälfte seiner riesigen Farm. Sehr zum Missfallen seines Halbbruders. Dann schneit die Teenagertochter seiner Exfrau bei ihm rein. Und schließlich taucht Joslyn Kirk wieder in Parable auf, ehemalige Cheerleaderin, Rodeo-Queen und Schönheitskönigin. Früher hat er sie nur von Weitem angehimmelt, inzwischen mutiger geworden, kommt er ihr jetzt erstaunlich nahe. Dass sie mit seinem Halbbruder befreundet ist, macht die Sache allerdings kompliziert...



Montana Cooking

Montana Cooking Author Greg Patent
ISBN-10 9781461747093
Release 2008-08-13
Pages 256
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Author Greg Patent frequently writes for food magazines, teaches cooking classes across the country, and has written several cookbooks, including Baking in America, which won the James Beard Award in 2003. Now he brings his talents to unforgettable meals and menus from his home state, such as sourdough flapjacks, sage biscuits, and elk steaks, inspired by Big Sky Country.



Big sky country

Big sky country Author Bram Wiggins
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822004568283
Release 1985
Pages 55
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People of the big sky country

People of the big sky country Author Coralie Rees
ISBN-10 PSU:000024438995
Release 1970
Pages 155
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Montana Americana Music

Montana Americana Music Author Aaron Parrett
ISBN-10 9781625857859
Release 2016-07-25
Pages 192
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Montana’s relationship to Americana music is as wide and deep as the famed Missouri River that inspired countless musicians seated at its shores. From the fiddling of Pierre Cruzatte and George Gibson in the Corps of Discovery to the modern-day loner folk of Joey Running Crane and Cameron Boster, the Treasure State inspires the production of top-notch country music. In the 1950s, bands like the Snake River Outlaws fostered a long-standing love of hillbilly honky-tonk, and in the 1970s, the Mission Mountain Wood Band added a homegrown flavor of its own. Contemporary acts like the Lil’ Smokies and songwriter Martha Scanlan promise a vibrant future for the local sound. Author and musician Aaron Parrett explores this history to show what it means to boot stomp in Big Sky Country.



Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country Author Jackie Merritt
ISBN-10 0373054661
Release 1988-12-01
Pages 188
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Montana Places

Montana Places Author John Burghardt Wright
ISBN-10 0816637040
Release 2000
Pages 125
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Explored by Lewis and Clark, fought over by Native Americans and settlers, mined for gold, copper, and coal, and eventually abandoned by the industries that made it, Montana has proven itself to be the most resilient of the nation's states. Montana Places looks at the dramatic beauty of Little Bighorn Battlefield and the Rocky Mountain Front Range, as well as the character of small towns, such as Jordan and Harlowtown, that have survived economic hardship. Today's Montana is a place where traditional religious groups like the Hutterites coexist with unorthodox organizations such as the Church Universal and Triumphant, where the descendants of miners live alongside Hollywood celebrities, and where self-proclaimed "freemen" tangle with government environmentalists over control of the land. Beginning where other travel guides leave off, Montana Places is certain to provide visitors to the west as well as armchair travelers a rich, fascinating look at today's Montana and how it came to be.



B is for Big Sky Country

B is for Big Sky Country Author Sneed B. Collard
ISBN-10 9781585366163
Release 2010-10-08
Pages 40
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"The sky in Montana somehow seems bigger, bluer, and more spectacular than in any other state." Author Sneed B. Collard, III writes, "it's simply because our sky stretches over such an abundance of beauty." In B is for Big Sky Country readers will find out where the Going-to-the-Sun Road really takes you and what city the copper capitol dome calls home.



Taming Big Sky Country

Taming Big Sky Country Author Jon Axline
ISBN-10 9781625853653
Release 2015-03-30
Pages 160
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Drives this breathtaking did not come easy. Cruising down Montana's scenic highways, it's easy to forget that traveling from here to there once was a genuine adventure. The state's major routes evolved from ancient Native American trails into four-lane expressways in a little over a century. That story is one of difficult, groundbreaking and sometimes poor engineering decisions, as well as a desire to make a journey faster, safer and more comfortable. It all started in 1860, when John Mullan hacked a wagon road over the formidable Rocky Mountains to Fort Benton. It continued until the last section of interstate highway opened to traffic in 1988. Montana Department of Transportation historian Jon Axline charts a road trip through the colorful and inspiring history of trails, roads and superhighways in Big Sky Country.



Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country Author Janet Dailey
ISBN-10 0373898266
Release 1987
Pages 192
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Open Range

Open Range Author Jay Bentley
ISBN-10 9780762447060
Release 2012-10-23
Pages 272
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Not just a major vacation destination, Montana is a veritable melting pot of delicious grub. Add to it the wide-open spaces, outdoor living, and the riches of nature, and it's enough to make any vacationer question the decision to go home! Prepare yourself for what the authors call “great, honest, and authentically hearty chow you can prepare at home,” the Montana way. Open Range serves up generous portions of meat—including venison, quail, duck, elk, fish, pork, and beef—in near-excess, and all manner of favorite local steakhouse sides. The Mint Bar and Café in Belgrade, Montana inspired the book, but the recipes include much more than menu offerings. Far from dusty chuckwagon cuisine, Montana's culinary influences are Cajun, Creole, French, and Italian. Standouts include Fried Meat Pies, Campfire Coffee Chili, Buttermilk-Fried Quail with Steen's Syrup, Poacher's Deer Leg, and more. The authors put their considerable knowledge of meat-eating to use: beginning with how the animal was raised through all the steps of choosing, prepping, marinating, cooking, and enjoying it. Follow the main course with basic potatoes and creamed spinach to stews,salsas, greens, and desserts: you'll leave the table satisfied.



Secrets in Big Sky Country

Secrets in Big Sky Country Author Mandy Smith
ISBN-10 9781631528156
Release 2015-09-22
Pages 264
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Beginning at age three, Mandy Smith’s stepfather—the man she calls “Daddy”—begins to molest her. When she finally breaks the family’s code of silence at age fourteen, she is shunned—an abandonment that leads her down a dark path. Smith wants acceptance, but she only finds more abuse. When Smith finds herself pregnant as the result of a brutal rape, the deep love she feels for her unborn baby surprises her. She is in the midst of making plans for their new life together when her parents perform one final act of deception—a betrayal that sends Smith into a four-decades-long abyss of depression, eating disorders and PTSD. Raw and intense, Secrets in Big Sky Country offers a disturbing portrait of the repercussions of familial sexual abuse—and an inspiring model for how survivors can rise above their shame and secrets and find a place of healing.



Montana Beer

Montana Beer Author Ryan Newhouse
ISBN-10 9781625841070
Release 2013-07-30
Pages 144
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Montana's brewing history stretches back more than 150 years to the state's days as a territory. But the art of brewing in Montana has come a long way since the frontier era. Today, nearly forty craft breweries span the Treasure State, and the quality of their output rivals the best craft beer produced anywhere in the country. Maybe it's because there's also a little piece of Montana in every glass, as the state's brewers pride themselves on using cold mountain water and locally sourced barley harvested from Montana's ample fields. From grain to glass, " Montana Beer: A Guide to Breweries in Big Sky Country" tells the story of the brewers and breweries that make the Treasure State's brew so special.



Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country Author
ISBN-10 PSU:000031207287
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 176
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The rugged mountains and pristine valleys of the Northern Rockies are captured in Michael Melford's photographs - landscapes of power and beauty that evoke a sense of wonder at the infinite variety of nature that can never be fully explored or understood. Included are famous natural landmarks - Craters of the Moon in Idaho, St. Mary's Lake in Glacier National Park, Devil's Tower in Wyoming, and, of course, Old Faithful - as well as the simple structures of the plains - churches, barns, and school houses - that speak to life in the Far West. In the introduction William Kittredge describes the realities of life in Montana, a place he chose in his search for "a genuine world to inhabit".



A Taste of Montana

A Taste of Montana Author Seabring Davis
ISBN-10 9781560375968
Release 2014-05-20
Pages 118
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Farcountry Press and Seabring Davis invite you to sample Montana’s definitive cuisine in A Taste of Montana: Favorite Recipes from Big Sky Country. Davis has compiled 109 recipes from Montana’s finest restaurants, resorts, guest ranches, and bed-and-breakfasts. Mouthwatering color photographs by awarding winning photographer Paulette Phlipot complement the delectable recipes. A Taste of Montana includes classic western dishes as well as contemporary cuisine, and, of course, recipes featuring the famous Montana huckleberry. Feast on dishes like Elk Sausage Scramble, Bison Chili, Butte Irish Pasties, Huckleberry-Sour Cream Coffee Cake, and Rustic Flathead Cherry Tart. Davis shares her experiences traveling the nation’s fourth largest state visiting chefs, and brings you recipes easy to prepare at home using local, sustainably grown ingredients.



Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country Author Janet Dailey
ISBN-10 0373707444
Release 1977
Pages 192
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