Backroads of Montana. [Episode 15], Medicine Lake to Missoula also The 10th anniversary special [videorecording] / producers, William Marcus, Gus Chambers, Ray Ekness, and John Twiggs.
Contributor(s): Marcus, William | Chambers, Gus | Ekness, Ray | Twiggs, John | KUFM (Television station : Missoula, Mont.) | Montana Public Television | University of Montana--Missoula.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: Missoula, MT : University of Montana, c2001Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.Other title: Medicine Lake to Missoula | 10th anniversary special.Subject(s): Historical markers -- Montana | Dude ranches -- Montana | Leatherwork -- Montana -- Billings | Skiing for people with disabilities -- Montana -- Missoula | Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site (N.D. and Mont.) | Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge (Mont.)DDC classification: VIDEO 917.86 BAC
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Recording of a KUFM-TV Montana PBS production/University of Montana.
Montana roadside historical markers -- Fort Union trading post near Fairview -- Medicine Lake wildlife refuge -- Leather artist Jan Schoonover -- Assisted skiing program at Marshall Mountain near Missoula -- Location, OTO dude ranch.
Music and lyrics for "Home is where Montana is" written and performed by Bruce Afinson.
Host, William Marcus.
This special one-hour edition includes some of the best Backroads of Montana stories plus the history of Montana's historical roadside markers featuring Bob Fletcher, the "father" of the markers and author of all of the texts ; Irvin "Shorty" Shope, the illustrator ; and Ace Kindrick, who hand lettered the signs. This edition also includes visits to the historic OTO dude ranch in Paradise Valley, the wildlife refuge at Medicine Lake, historic Fort Union in northeast Montana, leather artist Jan Schoonover in Billings, and an assisted skiing program at Marshall Mountain near Missoula.