Big Sky

Nordic racing enthusiast Audrae Coury shows off her recent medals won at the Masters World Cup in Minneapolis. They’re three of many she’s collected over her racing career that spans three decades.

Taking it all in stride

When you enter Audrae Coury’s home in the Meadow, the first thing you’ll notice is the ski rack jam-packed with pair after pair of colorful Nordic skis. Then the pungent smell of ski wax hits your nose as your eyes shift to the numerous medals hanging on the coat rack along the wall. 

Infant wing open

Morningstar Learning Center Non-walking Infant Leader Karla Long cares for Avery Johnston at the recently opened infant building. The community is invited to a chamber of commerce ribbon cutting at Morningstar (659 Spruce Cone Dr.) on Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m. PHOTO BY JOLENE PALMER 

 

Everybody's seeing weasels

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his time of year, lots of people in Big Sky are seeing weasels. They’ll be cross-country skiing and one will pop out of the snow. In winter, their fur turns white, and people will tell me, “Hey, I saw an ermine.” But there are three species of weasel in Montana, and only the short-tailed weasel is also known as an ermine. 

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