One of our first hikes every year when we get to the North Fork in Montana is to Hornet Lookout. It’s the easiest of all the North Fork hikes and the views are wonderful.
While fishing for trout at the pond in my father-in-law’s Northwest Montana home, I noticed that there were hundreds of beautiful, silent, blue flying insects near the edge of the water. Abandoning my fly rod for my camera, I lay on my stomach amid damp earth and pungent Canada goose droppings to take some close up photos.
In our North Fork travels we have had the good fortune to meet Kevin and Kenna Halsey. Kevin recently participated in the local Celtic Festival and Highlight Games and generously agreed to write a story about the event for MagoGuide. And we had North Forkers competing. Read all about how Kevin Halsey and Shawn Angew did in these events.
In our earlier post entitled “Mess of Collards” we shared the secret of making really tasty collard greens. Well, you can’t really have collard greens without cornbread to soak up the likker. Our cornbread has a different twist, however… it’s gluten free.
How about a mess of collard greens? It’s that time of year when collards are plentiful and there is nothing better with fried trout and cornbread. So here is a recipe that we’ll be including in “Mago at the Market” when it comes out later this year.
Sometimes a restaurant we visit doesn’t quite merit a post of its own. There might be several reasons for this. Maybe there’s just not enough to say about the menu or perhaps we’ve not visited there often enough to have formed a solid option. On occasion it’s because we simply didn’t like the restaurant all that much. So here are some restaurants we’ve been to in the last year in Northwest Montana that didn’t merit a full Morgan-Hart-describe-every-dish review, but we thought that our adoring fans might be interested anyway. We hope that you enjoy these quick bites and the photos.
Floating down the North Fork River is a summer tradition and we’ve always wondered what it would look like from below. Taking our GoPro camera along on this trip gave us an opportunity to see this familiar float from a new perspective. Come join us as we float on top of and below the North Fork River.
We have been tromping around the North Fork for years in both summer and winter and had often seen tracks/scats, wondering if the animal was canine or cat. This post tells of our adventure with a Glacier Institute class to fix this problem.
Team Mago returned to Montana just in time to enjoy snow, friends, and fine eats for Christmas. We thought that we would share some of our favorite photos.
Sitting next to Glacier National Park, the North Fork offers hikes, river floats, fishing, food, friends and more. This post provides photos and memories.