Moving into a brand new building this January was quite the event! We captured the three day process through the camera lens… it only took 10,369 photos stitched together to make this video!… READ MORE >
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Bring on the LOCALS!
Saturday June 20th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Mystery Ranch Parking Lot is located in Bozeman Montana.
The Address is:
34156 E. Frontage Rd.
Bozeman MT 59715
50%-70% off. Hundreds of packs to sell. Hourly Give Aways, Free Hotdogs.
One of a kind Dana built prototypes and Mystery Ranch U.S.A Built 2nd’s will also be sold.
The best discounts will be available on CBMR packs and frames.
Here’s an example….. our Foliage CBMR Orion’s will be selling for $215.00….. and we have close to 50 total. These will go fast.
I’m sorry if you can’t … READ MORE >
The bugle had been lingering in the background since jolting me awake at 1:24 a.m. I was growing impatient watching Andrew finish his breakfast. It was time to go.
We had glassed this bull and his 30 cows last night as they fed into a timber and sage covered meadow across the canyon. Exactly the situation we had been searching for, we sat down our packs and made camp.
While eating dinner, we watched as the herd began feeding their way toward the upper portion of the meadow. Above … READ MORE >
My sleeping bag looks more like a frozen loaf of bread this morning and less like the slightly lofted down sack I had once considered satisfactory for this adventure…. The word synthetic comes to mind. I definitely didn’t get the best sleep last night, and the spindrift has built up outside to somewhere around 18” and counting. Condensation from last night’s breathing has grown to extraordinary levels on the walls, and to be honest, each time someone bumps the tent, it’s hard to tell which side of the silnylon … READ MORE >