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pmmmmmmmmmmmm mmummmummummmmmmmmmmmmmmm~ Subscribe to the BVD m Name Address State I have enclosed $ In Montana -- $30.O0/year Outside Montana -- $35.00/year City Zip for one year's subscription. Mail this form to: Blackfoot Valley Dispatch P.O. Box 427 Lincoln, NiT 59639 l l l l l l l l LN mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Special Services, LTD Michael & Cindy Grogan mgrogan@linctel.net =362-,1-,~14E~ Custom Built Computer Systems Computer Repair Software Consultation Web Design Yard Repair & Maintenance Light Carpentry Landscaping Hauling Firewood Limited Electronic Repair Most Anything You May Need! ~ew jobs too big, no job too small/Friendly, Professional Service/ Competitive Rates [~ this stream and enjoy some of Lincoln's historical places that have been fished for generations before. If you are quiet, you might just hear some of those mythical words spoken and kept under the SUNSHINE SAWMILL Now CuCl;ing Firewood Call for pHcee 562-45&7 The Snpegoat ==on (dine in or take-out) *Alice Creek handle many hookups. This stream stays cool even dur- ing the Dog Days of summer and the higher up you go, the better. The headwaters have many beaver ponds making for an exciting day. A rod that I recommend would be either a 2-weight or a 3-weight, 8' to 8'6" long rod with a mid to fast action tip. This way, you would be prepared to handle any fish that would take your fly, and enjoy it well enough without over playing the trout. On small streams, like Al- ice Creek, catch and release is a good way to go, and pinch- ing down the barb on your hook. It is a limited fishery and needs our protection to keep it productive so that it may provide enjoyment to current and future anglers, alike. This summer, take a friend or a youngster fly-fishing on NNNNNNNINNNENNNNNNJ *Movie of her shell and loneliness. She also meets a neighbor- ing teen who introduces her to sled dogging in Montana. Through a series of conflicts, young Ryan learns something about a misplaced value sys- tem and what is really impor- tant in life. In February 2008, when the movie was shot in Lincoln and Philipsburg, many local people came together helping the film crew with the logis- tics of filming on location. Crews set up at the homes of Rollie and Enie Fisher for outdoor shooting and at Jerry and Liz Cain's home for indoor filming. Through the magic of the movies, both film locations became one Montana log home on screen For the few weeks of film- ing in Montana, both loca- tions became sound stages, complete with camera, lights, action, actors, dogs, extras and film crew from morn- ing to night. On screen, the pristine beauty of mountain areas near Lincoln was ex- traordinarily striking. The 3D technique brought snow displaced by snowmobiles and sled dogs leaping off the screen and so real that the viewer would expect to brush the snow off their face. Fa- miliar scenes of Philipsburg's Sweet Palace, the winding road up Flesher Pass, snow- mobile trails along Beaver Creek, Lone Pointand other Lincoln areas r@ind the viewer of what a Sl~:ial place Montana is and esgllEi~ly the Blackfoot Valley. Local businesses benefited from the film crews presence during February, usually a slow month in Lincoln's winter season. Restaurants stayed open till the late hours accommodating the long hours for filming to feed the hungry actors and crew. Both families, the Fishers and Cains expressed what a special time it was and how close they felt to the actors, director Richard Gabai and producer Nancy Draper, and film-crew members. "They became family to us," said Enie Fisher. Rolling of the credits after the film is almost like a who's who of Lincoln. Any of the businesses or individuals that provided assistance of any kind during the filming were recognized as the credits rolled, including young Shel- ton and Nikki Snyder who landed small roles i~the film. Call of the WileD has a limited engagement playing in Montana. It will remain at the Cinemark Theatres at the Great Northern Center in Helena through Friday before moving on. It is also playing in Missoula and Billings.