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Shoot Like A Girl Prepares to Resume Operations

The Shoot Like a Girl Trailer U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- As the country moves towards opening back up, Shoot Like A Girl is proactively preparing to resume their Coast to Coast Tour on June 6-7 at Cabela’s in Missoula, Montana. Shoot Like A Girl has respectfully abided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines to practice social distancing, to shelter and/or stay at home and limit non-essential travel during this historic COVID-19 Pandemic. The entire team is ready to resume travel, an...
Tags: Guns, Cdc, America, Bass Pro Shops, Trump, Charleston, State, Springfield, Kearney, Missoula, Cabela, Missoula Montana, Karen Butler, Center for Disease Control CDC, Gun Rights News, Firearm News


Remington Renews Trailblazer in Conservation Boone & Crockett Support

Remington Arms Company has renewed its commitment to support conservation efforts with the Boone & Cricket Club. Missoula, MT -(AmmoLand.com)- Remington Arms Company has renewed its sponsorship of the Boone and Crockett Club through the organization's “Trailblazer in Conservation” program. Trailblazers in Conservation are investing in the Club's mission work and are the highest-level partnership available with the Club. Remington is also the exclusive sponsor of the Club's Fair Chase Yearbook,...
Tags: Guns, America, Club, North America, Yellowstone, Boone, Armour, Theodore Roosevelt, Denali, Lacey, Remington, Missoula Montana, Conservation News, Boone Crockett, Remington Arms, Remington Arms Company


ORVIS - 24 Hours of Down the Hatch 2020 Film Festival

What are you doing tonight?  Playing teacher and principal wear you out?  Or tomorrow as you navigate through Zoom team meetings while being business casual on top and pajama leisure waist down.  No one knows or cares, right? Well, you have 24 hours (beginning now at 8:00 p.m. EST) to take in the Orvis Down the Hatch 2020 Film Festival.  This event was slated to cap off last month's Orvis Guide Rendezvous in Roanoke, Virginia, that was unfortunately cancelled in the wake of the coronavirus pande...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Sport, Fishing, Missoula, Asheville, Roanoke Virginia, Missoula Montana, Orvis, Cameron Mortenson, Tom Rosenbauer


Power of User-Generated Content, Why Your Website Needs a Blog, Are You Leveraging Your Business Analytics? and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

18 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know   1—Get 24/7 Insight Into Your Cash Positions Kabbage, Inc. recently launched Kabbage Insights, an automated tool that calculates and predicts cash-flow patterns to help you identify cash surpluses and deficits in your small business. In less than 10 minutes, you can connect your real-time financial data to Kabbage Insights and access an analysis of your company’s historical, current and future cash-flow. The product continually evaluates the transa...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Business, Texas, Microsoft, Yahoo, Colorado, California, Washington, Oregon, Digital, Georgia, Hawaii, Arizona, Webchat


ORVIS - Down the Hatch 2020

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Orvis made the tough decision to cancel the Guide Rendezvous that was supposed to be held late last month in Roanoke, Virginia.  This event always ends with the Down the Hatch Festival that is open to all who'd like to attend.  Having seen this event held in both Missoula and Asheville several times over the years, Orvis knows how to throw a party.  Well, this year is different and Orvis debuted the film portion of Down the Hatch on their YouTube channel ...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Hatch, Facebook And Instagram, Missoula, Asheville, Roanoke Virginia, Missoula Montana, Orvis, Cameron Mortenson, Tom Rosenbauer


‘Watchmen’ Exclusive: All of Your Burning Questions About the Robert Redford Administration Have Been Answered

The Watchmen administration of President Robert Redford has proven sturdy over the decades, with few prominent leaks to be found. However, an individual with ties to the President’s communications office connected us with a source that could answer our burning questions. We’ve also spoken with historian Damon Lindelof, who specializes in the history of alternate universes, to confirm and clarify some of these behind-the-scenes statements. Here is the true history of President Robert Redford in ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Minnesota, Supreme Court, Interviews, White House, Africa, America, Joe Biden, Features, Pink Floyd, Julia Roberts, United States, Ford, Bill Murray, Russell Crowe


Groundbreaking quartet honored with special Oscars

Filmmakers David Lynch and Lina Wertmuller and actor Wes Studi received honorary Oscars on Sunday, Oct. 27 from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, while the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award went to actress/activist Geena Davis to honor her efforts on behalf of gender equality. The honors were presented during the Academy’s 11th annual Governors Awards at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in the Hollywood & Highland Center. “These Governors Awards given by the Academy each year recognize indiv...
Tags: Movies, News, Geena Davis, Sport, Soccer, Davis, David Lynch, Academy, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Lynch, Mulholland Drive, Geronimo, Lina Wertmuller, Hollywood Highland, Missoula Montana, California Commission


Buffalo Soldiers on Bicycles in the Yellowstone

Buffalo’s Soldiers, U.S. Army, 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps., Fort Missoula, Montana 1897. In the Yellowstone. From: Terrierman's Daily Dose To order the book.. [Author: PBurns]
Tags: Pets, Yellowstone, Missoula Montana, PBurns, Buffalo Soldiers on Bicycles


The Daily Edit – Forest Woodward

     Forest Woodward Heidi: How did that experience and film making push you forward now that we’re 4 years out? Forest: The making of that film with my father (The Important Places) has shaped and continues to shape me in ways that I am still working to understand. When we pushed our boats off into that river, it was November of 2013. It was supposed to be a 28 day trip. Little did I know, I’d never really get off the river, and I mean that in the best way. The currents of that ...
Tags: Photography, Montana, Washington, New York City, Washington State, North Carolina, South, The Daily Edit, Woodward, Missoula Montana, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Southern Appalachia, Marshall McKinney, Woodward Heidi, Maggie Bret Kennedy


Losing sleep over rude colleagues? Build a "psychological buffer."

A new study has shown the reasons why incivility at work causes sleep problems such as insomnia.Negative health problems associated with workplace stress include cardiovascular disease, negative mood, and increased blood pressure.The researchers suggest creating a "psychological buffer" between you and your workplace through a variety of techniques. None A lot of attention has been given to the negative consequences of social media on the human psyche. Likewise, specific and long overdue workpl...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Sleep, Bullying, Communication, Depression, Work-life balance, Innovation, Emotions, Silicon Valley, Derek, Bill Campbell, U S Forest Service, American Psychological Association, Oakland University, Rebecca Solnit


Want better sleep? Build a psychological buffer between your work and personal life, says study

A new study has shown the reasons why incivility at work causes sleep problems such as insomnia.Negative health problems associated with workplace stress include cardiovascular disease, negative mood, and increased blood pressure.The researchers suggest creating a "psychological buffer" between you and your workplace through a variety of techniques. None A lot of attention has been given to the negative consequences of social media on the human psyche. Likewise, specific and long overdue workpl...
Tags: Psychology, Work, Sleep, Bullying, Communication, Depression, Work-life balance, Innovation, Emotions, Silicon Valley, Derek, Bill Campbell, U S Forest Service, American Psychological Association, Oakland University, Rebecca Solnit


What to do in Missoula, Montana

Next time you head to a national park, take a close look at the town you pass through on the way in. Many of America’s parks are anchored by a nearby hub, usually in between a big town and small city in size and too often overlooked by the RVs and VW buses passing through on their way to the park gates. Missoula is one such place, and it deserves your attention. This enclave in western Montana has managed to move beyond its past as a resource-economy town and embrace its location in a new ma...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Montana, La, America, Vw, Boulder, All, Glacier National Park, Missoula, Asheville, Big Sky Country, Rocky Mountain National Park, Missoula Montana, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Clark Fork River


Safety Tips For Solo Female Travelers

By Heather Stephens, AirTreks Marketing Lead There’s been a lot of buzz around the recent New York Times article about the dangers of traveling the world as a solo female. While the article offers deep insights about the realities of harassment and violence that women risk when traveling solo, it also serves up a large dose of fear. Fear that can be debilitating. Fear that causes women to push back big dreams of soul-shaking round the world travel adventures. Fear that is making the bravest an...
Tags: Travel, Google, California, US, New York Times, Solo Female Travel, New York New York, Elizabeth Gilbert, London United Kingdom, Buenos Aires Argentina, BUCHAREST Romania, Sara Tiffany, Missoula Montana, Tuscon Arizona, Seattle Washington View, Jo Doba


THE FLYFISH JOURNAL - OFF SEASON - MONTANA

What does your off season look like?  Click over to The Flyfish Journal to see how they burn through these months on the water around Missoula, Montana. Make sure that you take a minute to get in on the Yakima Slim Shady giveaway with filling out the form below the video.  Contest deadline is March 18, 2019.  Good luck.Do you subscribe to The Flyfish Journal?  If not, you should. Subscribe in a reader [Author: Cameron Mortenson]
Tags: Montana, Sport, Fishing, Missoula Montana, Cameron Mortenson


Interactive National Geographic Elk Migration Exhibit Comes to Elk Foundation

MISSOULA, Mont. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Imagine being able to stand in one spot and yet you can witness the year-round migration of elk across the vast Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Now you can do so thanks to a collaborative effort between the National Geographic Society, Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Invisible Boundaries, a highly interactive exhibit created by National Geographic and based on years of scientific data, is now on display at RMEF headquar...
Tags: Guns, America, Wyoming, Idaho, UC Berkeley, National Geographic, Yellowstone, Missoula, Johns, Wyoming Montana, Missoula Montana, Arthur Middleton, Conservation News, Ammoland TV, Rmef, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation


Why Listen?

Because right relationship can easily get lost in the everyday chaos and distractions in which we live. How can we minimize that loss? By focusing on our senses. Let’s start with listening. Listen to and hear what is going on around you. Name 5 sounds you hear. Listening is not talking. LISTENING IS NOT TALKING! I repeated that because it’s extremely crucial you are cognizant of that important point. Listening is a willingness to be silent. Listening is being in the present. Listening is not pro...
Tags: Pets, Listening, Missoula Montana, Right Relationship, Animal Communication Blog, Building Right Relationship, Listening So Animals Will Talk


Podcast: Our Changing Relationship As Animals Age

On this episode of the Reawaken Right Relationship podcast,  we’re talking about our senior animal pals, not only how our lives change as we minister to their needs but also the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional toll that care taking can take on us caretakers. With advances in veterinary medicine, the addition of holistic care and alternative modalities such as acupuncture and chiropractic, and general improvements in how we care for our animals, it follows that pets are living longer. I...
Tags: Apple, Podcast, Podcasts, Pets, Missoula Montana, Anchor.fm, Animal Communication Blog, Janet Roper Animal Communicator and Educator, RadioPublic, Reawaken Right Relationship, Reawaken Right Relationship Podcast, Animal Podcast, Podcast about Animals, Caring for Senior Animals, Living with Aging Animals, Resources for Aging Animals


Being Aware of Animals

How many times have you missed seeing animals that are right in front of you? You’re in a car with a friend who points out a murder of crows you didn’t see, or you’ve stepped on and squashed a bug you didn’t know was there. Right relationship starts with seeing what’s right under our noses. With being conscious of our surroundings and what’s *in* our surroundings. Right relationship is looking at the world through more than our human lenses. Sometimes animals don’t fill our expectations of where...
Tags: Pets, Beetle, Missoula Montana, Animal Communication Blog, Being in Right Relationship with Animals, Building Right Relationship, Making Animals Visible


DoorDash is officially live in all 50 states

Hot off the heels of a $250 million funding round and a lofty $4 billion valuation, DoorDash is launching in an additional six markets. As of today, the service is live in Anchorage, Alaska; Billings, Bozeman and Missoula, Montana; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Fargo, North Dakota; Morgantown and Huntington, West Virginia; and Cheyenne, Wyoming, making it the first on-demand food delivery startup to operate in all 50 U.S. states. “In the past year alone we’ve more than quintupled our geographic fo...
Tags: Travel, Food, TC, Softbank, San Francisco, North America, DST Global, Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Doordash, Morgantown, Anchorage Alaska, Cheyenne Wyoming, Tony Xu, Fargo North Dakota, Huntington West Virginia


Building Right Relationship With The Spaces Around Us

When thinking about cleaning your space, probably the first thing that pops to mind is pulling out the vacuum, dusting and mopping. But there’s more to it than that. This week’s Reawaken Right Relationship podcast guest Phil Johnson talks to us about the importance of clearing our homes and the spaces around us energetically, thus bringing us into a more straightforward, heartfelt and personal relationship with them. Phil says that about 10 years ago the Elements came together and pointed him to...
Tags: Apple, Podcast, Pets, Shaman, Phil, Missoula Montana, Phil Johnson, Animal Communication Blog, RadioPublic, Reawaken Right Relationship, Reawaken Right Relationship Podcast, Clearing Space, House Clearing, Podcast Guest, Right Relationship With Space, Right Relationship With the Space Around Us


What Takes Place In An Animal Communication Session

I have a story to share with you. I think you may already know parts of it – how my dog Max was diagnosed with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction in the spring of 2018 and how we’ve been following holistic, alternative and allopathic courses which help Max as this disease progresses. But the other day something occurred that scared the bejeezus out of me. Usually there are precursors to one of his episodes: panting, pacing, stress yawning, starring off into space. These harbingers tell me it’s time to...
Tags: Dogs, Pets, Max, Missoula Montana, Animal Communication Blog, Sage Lewis, Animal Communication Session, Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, Finding Support, Mentoring Session


Make A New Years Commitment

You can listen to this on the Reawaken Right Relationship podcast. There you’ll hear commitments others have made to the animals for 2019 which will give you some ideas of your own if you’re trying to figure out how to help the animals this year. Is there a difference between making a resolution and making a commitment? Indeed there is! When I was about 13 or so, my dad would ask me on New Years Day what my resolutions were – they were always to not eat chocolate cake and to lose 15 pounds. I d...
Tags: Podcast, Podcasts, Pets, Africa, Max, New Years Resolution, Missoula Montana, Anchor.fm, Animal Communication Blog, Janet Roper Animal Communicator and Educator, Reawaken Right Relationship, Reawaken Right Relationship Podcast, Animal Podcast, Difference Between a Commitment and Resolution, New Years Commitment, Podcast about Animals


What’s Behind Your Intention?

I bet you have heard all about the importance of setting an intention, and I bet a lot of you do that on a fairly regular basis – especially at this time of the year. You’ve probably heard that the intention is what is behind the manifestion of  your goals and dreams. It helps to create clarity in your life, and can be the GPS getting you from point A to point B. Which is why you probably make an intention, to create the life and the outcome that you want. So intention is important, isn’t it? Af...
Tags: Pets, Intention, Missoula Montana, Right Relationship, Animal Communication Blog, Janet Roper Animal Communicator and Educator, Magical thinking, Animism, Building Right Relationship, Impact of Intention, Setting an Intention


Animals and the Holiday Season

This week’s Reawaken Right Relationship podcast is the last one for 2018 – my this year has gone by quickly! The episode will cover our animal pals and the holiday season. You’ll hear tips for keeping your animals safe during the holidays, with some pointers from folks from both the norther and southern hemispheres who have called into the podcast and left messages about how they in particular take care of their pets during the holidays. I’ll also be giving my yearly harangue on why *not* to giv...
Tags: Podcast, Podcasts, Holidays, Pets, Missoula Montana, Anchor.fm, Animal Communication Blog, RadioPublic, Reawaken Right Relationship, Reawaken Right Relationship Podcast, Holiday Safety Tips for Pets, Pet as Gifts, Pet Safety for the Holidays


Anthropomorphism or Agency?

When my horse Shiloh was alive, I would always give the ‘Shiloh whistle’ as I entered the barn and he would respond by sticking his head out of his stall and nickering a return greeting. I would go up to him and he would immediately hold his nose against my ear, breathing welcoming sighs into my ear. After our greeting, I would get to work putting together his feed and meds for the upcoming week. Often I would sing as I was working, and I would soon be accompanied by a flapping sound. It was Shi...
Tags: Pets, Shiloh, Horse, Agency, Circle of Life, Missoula Montana, Anthropomorphism, Right Relationship, Animal Communication Blog, Animism


Right Relationship With Plant Beings Featuring Tracie Nichols

On the December 5, 2018 episode of the Reawaken Right Relationship podcast we are joined by guest Tracie Nichols. Tracie is a business coach, alchemist, rebel crone, and poet. Tracie shares what right relationship means to her and how she practices it in her daily life, in particular with the plant beings. Tracie also mentions some tips on how to switch from the ‘monkey mind’ of the holiday season to a mind setting that is more conducive to being in right relationship during this frenzied time o...
Tags: Podcast, Podcasts, Pets, Missoula Montana, Tracie, Anchor.fm, Tracie Nichols, Animal Communication Blog, Reawaken Right Relationship, Plant Beings, Reawaken Right Relationship Podcast, Tracie Nichols Tracie


Biden believes he is the 'most qualified person in the country to be president'

During a stop for his book tour in Missoula, Montana, Monday night, former Vice President Joe Biden discussed his 2020 prospects, saying he believes that he is the "most qualified person" to be president, noting a decision is coming in the next two months, and acknowledging he's a "gaffe machine."
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Stories, Biden, Missoula Montana


Joe Biden believes he is the 'most qualified person in the country to be president'

During a stop for his book tour in Missoula, Montana, Monday night, former Vice President Joe Biden discussed his 2020 prospects, saying he believes that he is the "most qualified person" to be president, noting a decision is coming in the next two months, and acknowledging he's a "gaffe machine."
Tags: Joe Biden, Cnn, Missoula Montana


Co-Existing With Animals We Fear

“The legacy of change is education. People won’t exist with animals they fear.” ~ DR. LYNN ROGERS NABC/WRI FOUNDER If you stop and think about it, there’s a lot of truth in that, a daunting, inescapable truth. This bear reminds me of a story my dad used to tell me. When I was a young child he was away from home working on the DEW Line in Alaska. The men were living in a camp and one night a kodiak bear got into the camp and broke into the place where they had their food stored. They killed t...
Tags: Animals, Pets, Alaska, Wild Animals, Missoula Montana, Lynn Rogers, Right Relationship, Animal Communication Blog, Reawaken Right Relationship, Animals In The Wild, Co-existing with animals, Co-existing with animals we fear


It Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult

THE STORY I want to share a true life story with you. It’s about me, and the ‘hitch I’ve had in my giddyup’ off and on for about the past two years. Yes, you read that correctly. For about the past two years my right hip has needed a chiropractic adjustment and I kept procrastinating about getting one. I kept thinking it would eventually adjust itself, or if I would just walk more it would eventually go away. The problem was that it hurt to walk, so much so that I had to curtail walking my dog...
Tags: Pets, Denial, Alignment, Max, Missoula Montana, Animal Communication, Human animal bond, Chiropractor, Animal Communication Blog, Janet Roper Animal Communicator and Educator, Discovery Call, Right Relationship With Animals, Introductory Call, Making Life Difficult