Backroads of Montana. [Episode 14], Roundup to Ninemile [videorecording] / producers/writers: 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, c2000Description: 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.Other title: Roundup to Ninemile.Subject(s): Letter carriers -- Montana -- Roundup | Postal service -- Montana -- Roundup | Fire lookouts -- Montana -- Ninemile Ranger District | Metal sculpture -- Montana -- Glasgow | Labyrinths -- Montana -- Victor | Rock paintings -- Montana -- Forestgrove | Petroglyphs -- Montana -- Forestgrove | Capitols -- Montana | Montana -- Description and travelDDC classification: 978.6
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Longest U.S. postal route located around Roundup -- Virginia Vincent at the Stark Mountain Lookout above the Ninemile Valley -- Buck Samuelson and his metal animals near Glasgow -- Summer Solstice at Patty & Helmut Meyer's Labyrinth near Victor -- Native American pictographs and petroglyphs in Forestgrove -- Location, Montana State Capitol.
Music written and performed by Bruce Anfinson.
Host, William Marcus.
Travels the longest U.S. postal route with rural mail carrier Bob Beadle as he delivers the mail in the Roundup area ; visits Virginia Vincent spending her thirtieth summer at the Stark Mountain Lookout in the Ninemile Ranger District ; views the metal animal sculptures of Buck Samuelson near Glasgow ; pictures segments of Summer Soltice 2000 at the Red Sun Labyrinth built by Patty & Helmut Meyer near Victor ; follows Macie Lundin through a canyon on her family's land in Forestgrove near Lewistown to view the Native American pictographs and petroglyphs ; tours the newly restored Montana State Capitol in Helena.