I heard the author's #1 choice for the world's best steak was a 4 year old, grass-finished highlander steer from Scotland.
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The site was dedicated as a new park by Mayor Kurkowski then later lost park status along with other small parks due to park budget cuts. This was a major letdown for the students and adult volunteers + 1005 more characters
RE: How much rain did you get on Saturday evening? 10 years ago
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1.75"Total. 1.35" from the NW, then .4" more from the south shortly after.
N. Montana / Truscott- shrubbery
Thanks again AA. I was watching but sorry to say we're out now but more grassfed highlands will be ready in the summer/fall.
Is anyone aware of an aerial photo of this part of town from the big icejam flood in the '40s?
I have some fresh frozen highland beef soup bones. If interested,when/where do you want them?
There's a pink limestone at Yellowtail Dam that's rich in shell fossils. I'm not familiar enough with the area to know of any caves. Some caves are formed by sulfur eating bacteria. They form snotites + 24 more characters
Look at the old Milwaukee Park area at Lincoln and Prairie Ave. It's about 5 acres owned by the city. Dedicated as a park in 97 then rejected in 2002. About 500 trees/shrubs were planted and a drip sy + 68 more characters
Years ago there were places that were set up to recycle and reuse the used antifreeze. I haven't looked for anyone to take it recently. Please post if you find someone. As far as this pesticide progra + 151 more characters
Here's an opportunity to get rid of old pesticides in Miles City. http://agr.mt.gov/pestfert/disposal.asp#Disposal3
Is the tradeoff worth it here? We're getting a bit of dirty coal energy and a few tax dollars for; messed up aquifers/springs/wells, bissected ranches, more lost native rangeland, a new railroad throu + 634 more characters
I'm looking forward to pallids and paddlefish cruising past here during June rise. It's a win-win.
Heart and Hands Training in Miles City conducts a class every month. This class includes AHA Health Care Provider CPR and Heart Saver First Aid and the MT State CNA Exam for $499 (total cost). For det + 58 more characters
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