The old ways of doing things are still fresh in parts of Montana. In our state, much of the country is "un-tamed" and requires navigating the old fashioned way. The Howe Ridge Fire has officially been contained and mostly extinguished. Now it is time to re-build one of our most beloved National Parks. But how?

Footage has recently surfaced on Facebook, showing multiple mule teams hauling bridge building supplies to remote areas on GNP. After spending time on horseback in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, I can appreciate the amount of work that goes in to hauling these supplies in the wilderness. This video shows one of the many things that makes Montana as awesome as it is.

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