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First Ride in Yellowstone of the season.

Thank you so much, to the Gee Family for a great day ride group.  It was a joy to ride with you all.  Here are some photos from the trip.  By the way I did check on the forest fire … More Information

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Brothers

I had to go to Yellowstone for a yearly meeting between the outfitters and the Park Service.  At the last-minute I asked my family if they would like to go along.  They all were very excited, so we packed a lunch, laid … More Information

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Yellowstone’s Roads are all open.

For those who have been following the controversy and were worried about there being enough funds to open the National Park roads, they are all now open.  Here is the latest report from the Jackson Hole News. http://www.jhnewsandguide.com/article.php?art_id=9892

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The junior wrangler and the bear.

Over the weekend I went with my daughter on a 24 hour worldwide hunger awareness fast. The idea was to help the 25 students who volunteered to experience a little of what the rest of the world deals with on … More Information

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Is Yellowstone National Park going to be plowed this year?

I have had a number of people ask me about Yellowstone’s roads opening as I have travelled.  The budget crisis, and sequestration, and other factors have brought it into the publics eye more recently.  The answer for me is,  “it … More Information

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The “Mechanics”

Saturday I had to go out to the pasture and work on some projects.  Within moments I had 3 little helpers asking to come along.  Great! I love helpers.  The kids enjoy being at the pasture and all of the things … More Information

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Latest News on the 2012 -13 Bison hunt.

Here is the latest news on 2012-13 Bison hunt. The Rapid City Journal has an article on the 2012 – 2013 bison hunt.  Yellowstone officials are trying to maintain the Bison herd at 3,000-3,500 animals. In the past they have … More Information

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Building Fence.

We  used the tractor loaded the truck and trailer with a bundle of fence rails for building jack leg fences.  The snow in the field was deep.  Slipping and sliding, the truck made it to the field and the pile … More Information

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Welcome

Welcome to the Sunrise Pack Station Blog.   In the coming days, you’ll start to read about some of the events that happen around here.  Whether working with the livestock at the barn, or trips on the trail, there is always … More Information

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