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Read online @ B A K K E N O I L B I Z . C O M / d i g i t a l - j o u r n a l 31 ➤ continued, pg 32 Pristine Montana Dream Land Home, barn and guest cabin sit in the middle of the 212 acre parcel. On paved road 4 miles from town, these pastures are in beautiful condition which attracts elk, antelope, deer. Original 1915's home skillfully moved to site & tastefully added on to. 1,969 SF, 2 Br/2 baths. Horse barn and pastures. $1,200,000 #200361 Call Julie Kennedy 406-223-7753. Mountain Home 3,634 SF, 3 Br/3 baths with spectacular views of valley, mountains and Ennis Lake. 20 acres, fenced. Comfortable home with large family room, extra room downstairs that could be another bedroom, horse stall and corrals with power and water. Views are unobstructed and breathtaking. $650,000 #189543 Call Toni Bowen 406-570-9233. entertainment value and festive atmosphere. There truly seems to be something for everyone. Concert, street dances, bull riding, horse racing, a trade show, parade, and more. Though the lineup of activities remains fairly steady year-in and year-out, it's the people who make this event unique to Montana. To kick off the festivities Thursday night, is a headliner concert at the fairgrounds. This is a fairly new addition to the choice of activities. Past bands include Dia- mond Rio, Jerrod Niemann, and Glori- anna. Friday afternoon starts off with the trade show convening at Eastern Montana Fair- grounds. And then--they move right into the adrenaline rush of the bucking bull sale. Throw in some mutton bustin' for the younger crowd and prepare for the Photos courtesy of RB Photography - Robin Blankenship Blankenship/610348205650110?ref=bookmarks ➤ continued from pg 30

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