Posts From the monthly archives: "June 2012"

hirty years ago, Montana’s Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes tribal council voted to permanently protect the Mission Mountains as wilderness. The Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness became the first such designation ever made by a Native American tribe in the history of the country. That same year, Peter Stark, Steve Woodruff and I camped…(Read More)

ather’s Day has its own set of recognized traditions: cards with fishermen or golfers, ties, and barbecuing. I leave you to choose your own cards and ties, but will share a recipe for pulled pork. There’s plenty of opportunity for younger kitchen helpers to measure the ingredients for the rub and sauces. Let…(Read More)

Honor Dad with tender pulled pork

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ather’s Day has its own set of recognized traditions: cards with fishermen or golfers, ties, and barbecuing. I leave you to choose your own cards and ties, but will share a recipe for pulled pork…