This weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we say goodbye to summer but continue to explore the outdoors with Robert Mottrom, the man who drove his RV from his home in Washington State and explored our nation for a year before coming back. He joins us to tell the story of what he found (and shares some great RVing tips) from his new book, “In Search of America’s Heartbeat – Twelve Months on the Road”.
From there we head to Central Montana to visit the Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge. This is a great place for bird watching this fall, but due to some serious problems at the refuge, it won’t be a good place to go duck hunting! We retreat from the refuge to Great Falls where we visit the C.M. Russell Museum to take in the works of the great cowboy artist Charles Russell and check out the marvelous collection of Browning firearms there too! After that, it’s back to Washington where Sandy Mealing with the State Parks Commission tells you all about the “No Family Left Inside” Initiative, a partnership with SUBWAY that encourages folks to visit the wonderful state parks in Washington this month and get some great discounts, and maybe even some free sandwiches, from SUBWAY in the process of doing so!
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