Red Lodge, Montana has a long history of rodeo and ranching and the area was once heavily mined for coal. Learn about the past of the place by visiting the Carbon County Historical Society.Read More
Red Lodge, and its varied events, is diverse and attracts all manner of individuals to live and visit. Make sure that when you get to Stroll, you’re taking time to converse with old friends and gift yourself some new ones.Read More
Tippet Rise Art Center, located 40 miles west of Red Lodge, is named for the rising slopes of land, as well as a nickname—Tippet—for the owner’s mother. Cathy Halstead says that, “The people we love never really die. They rise again out of memory, out of dreams.” She and husband Peter have created a haven for artists and art lovers on the rolling plains of Montana.Read More
When my parents would come to visit Seester and me during the summers I lived in Red Lodge, dad and I would always take a morning and drive to Cooke City for lunch. Up over the Beartooth Pass we’d go, stopping willy nilly for photo opps and simple moments of enjoying each other’s company. You’d have loved this picnic, Dad.Read More
New York City, London, Milan … huge cities I like visiting. But there’s something about the quaintness of a small town that draws me in and makes me want to kick back and absorb. Which do you prefer?Read More
A Year in the World, Frances Mayes
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