Santa didn’t leave an elk for me under the Christmas tree. That’s probably OK, though. Having an elk in the house would be pretty messy unless it was in 1 pound frozen packages of freezer wrap. I tried to find one last weekend in the White Sulphur Springs area, and although we saw a small group of cows, they bolted before we could put the sneak on them. We weren’t the only out-of-town folks to visit the community. I saw plates from Washington as well as Wolf Point. The season runs until Feb. 15 for those still hankering to fill an unused elk tag. Just be prepared for a tough hunt. Afterward, I suggest a soak in the town’s hot springs to relieve your aching joints and a burger at the Bar 47 just down the street. To read more about my trip, read the stories online at The Billings Gazette.http://bgz.tt/qbago
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