markkohlerstudio.com: Mark is a very talented western watercolor artist.
gregkelsey.com: Greg is an excellent bronze artist and also a customer of mine.
cartersboots.com: I’ve known Jeff for some time, he does all of my boot repair work. He also has carries an excellent line of custom western boots.
mtrosemusic.com: I’ve listened to these folks since they started. I would strongly suggest picking up some of their music for a taste of Montana you can take anywhere.
twang.org: Another local group with some really good songs. If you like to dance, catch them playing in the Bozeman area.
bearpawoutfittersmt.com: A family owned and operated outfitter located south of Livingston, Montana in Paradise Valley.
sloughcreek.com: Specializing in trophy fly fishing and guided trophy elk hunts.
staceysbar.com: A local steakhouse and watering hole with a lot of history.
barcqh.com: A good source for good horses. Operated by a friend of mine and her husband.
sixtythree.com: 63 Ranch. A historic guest ranch located outside Livingston, Montana. The Cahill’s are good folks and operate in some beautiful country. In 1982 it was the first dude ranch in Montana to be put on the National Register of Historic Sites.
mountainsky.com: Mountain Sky Guest Ranch. Located south of Emigrant, Montana in Paradise Valley. A good operation and a customer of mine for saddles and repairs.
lastwindup.com: The Last Wind-UP. The only place I trust to work on my old packet watches. Dave has a selection of vintage time pieces and does excellent repair work.
mintbarandgrill.com: The Mint Bar. Good food, good drink, good music. You can also check out their facebook site for the daily specials and entertainment.
themurraybar.com: The Murray Bar. The perfect one stop shop. In addition to the bar, there is the Second Street Bistro for fine dining on one side and Gill’s Goods for breakfast, pastries, wood fired pizza soups, burgers and sandwiches. Check the music schedule to see who is playing.