Big Sky Country
at its best
This is a place where curtains of mayflies float up and down on subtle air currents and big trout push water around taking what they want.
A place where, when you or your kids want to feel hydraulics, you sit in a kayak and paddle behind your guide toward a rapid, feeling your adrenalin levels climb. We play golf, but we also downhill, backcountry and cross-country ski.
We swim in clear rivers and hike in wild hills, plucking handfuls of huckleberries to eat as we go. We bird—spot Meadowlarks and Curlews, Tanagers and Nighthawks, Red-tailed Hawks and Bald Eagles, and rare Plovers.
We ride bikes up single-track trails and bomb back down them, but just as often wander around identifying wildflowers or butterflies. We hunt pheasants with dogs. We hunt ducks from blinds. We bugle for bull elk, and rattle in trophy whitetails.
Where we live, we live close to the world. We live in Montana at Stock Farm.