Now that you’ve expressed some of your deeper feelings through the cathartic destruction of clay targets, you probably want to do something a little less...extreme. That said, I’m guessing you don’t want to read a book. How about something in the middle?
We recommend heading back to Big Fork. On Highway 35, just South of town, you’ll find a concrete bridge spanning the spot where the Swan River enters Flathead Lake. N...
Now that you’ve seen town and recharged the batteries, it’s probably time for something a little more active. Or a little more cultural. Something that goes well with chin-rubbing and deep thought. Most likely, you’ve seen the art galleries. Take it deeper. We say, plan your day around catching a show at the Big Fork Center for the Performing Arts, also known as the Big Fork Playhouse.
I hope you’re drinking water. I’m not implying that you are hungover from a great night of grooving to guitar music, of course. I’m just saying. Stay hydrated out there. And once your body is filled with life oil, you may find some inspiration by looking out the window. The mountains and the lake are right there, waiting patiently. And so is Big Fork.