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Friday, September 23 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Trails and Mountain Goats: A Stoneydale Press Presentation

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Two adventurer authors, Michael Hoyt (Bitterroot Mountain Trails – Vol. 2) and Mario Locatelli (Friends In High Places) share their insight on exploring, understanding and writing the great outdoors.


Moderators
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Claire Voris

Claire Voris and her dog, Phoebe, originally hail from Illinois, but have migrated West in order to pursue an MFA in Creative Non-Fiction at the University of Montana.  Claire served as lead writer and editor for a documentary on U.S. pork production that, unless you are an RFD-tv diehard, fluent in Mandarin Chinese, is unlikely to appear on your Netflix que.  Neither Claire nor Phoebe are Mandarin speakers, but what they lack in... Read More →

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Michael Hoyt

A new all-color hiking guidebook, the second in a series, to trails on the middle portion of the Bitterroot Mountains written and photographed by life-long outdoorsman Michael Hoyt of Corvallis was announced this week. | | Titled Bitterroot Mountain Trails – Vol. 2, the long sought-after guide includes some of the most popular trails in the Bitterroot Mountains on the valley’s western mid-section that leads into the Selway-Bitterroot... Read More →
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Mario Locatelli

Mario Locatelli of Hamilton, Montana, has achieved international recognition for his mountaineering and endurance feats in the high country of Montana and elsewhere – having climbed 50 of the world’s highest mountains – and over the years has been acclaimed endearingly by his friends and associates as the “Montana Mountain Goat.” He is the author of three books, an autobiography titled “The Mountain Goat... Read More →


Friday September 23, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Fact & Fiction Bookstore 220 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802

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