When two goofy leaders and a group of Montana youth spend every waking moment with each other….things get weird. This excellent rap performed at graduation and the pictures of our drawing game/crew stand as testament to that.


The Cookie Monsters

  • July 11, 2014
  • Posted by Leena McIntyre-eastern Wildlands

Our Story of how we came to acquire 98 cookies.


An Overly Dramatic View On A Very Violent Thunder Storm

  • July 11, 2014
  • Posted by Holly Howe-eastern Wildlands

A dramatic view of a violent thunder storm.


What do you do when you forget your SYCL’s birthday?! Rely on another MCC Region to save the day.


Go for the Experience

  • June 03, 2014
  • Posted by Sarah Gastler, YCL

Because afterwards all that feeling of exhaustion, discomfort, xyz-you-name-it, dissipates and you’re left with the memory of being in a sweet place doing cool stuff.


Snowy Camp on the LTBT

YCL Trails Training

  • June 03, 2014
  • Posted by Steven Gang

It was crazy to learn that there was such precision when it came to crafting the perfect trail. This allowed me to better appreciate all of the trails I have been on, as well as understand the hard work and thought that goes into each and every foot of trail.


Before Road Obliteration

Russian Olive, Don, Road Obliteration, Don

  • June 03, 2014
  • Posted by Evan Willeford

Our project sponsor was Don Galvin of the BLM, someone who we would grow pretty fond of through the coming weeks.  It’s always great to have a project sponsor who has a healthy arsenal of one liners to lighten the mood when the going gets rough.  The thing about Don, he might be giving directions to the project site or explaining that grizzly scat could be easily be identified by an abundance of bells, whistles, and a strong peppermint odor but his demeanor rarely changed.


YCL Summit

  • May 09, 2014
  • Posted by Hulk

Say your prayers, eat your vitamins and be a REAL AMERICAN.


Source:

Chainsaw 101 with Mr. Stihl

  • April 29, 2014
  • Posted by Albert Leavell

The chainsaw was one of the most beautiful machines I had ever worked with.