Intrinsic to the Big Sky Dirtbag culture is continuity. Beneath the crazy capes and crowns there exists a sense of homage for the wild ones who came before. Local lore is that Dirtbag Kings and Queens are selected for being the last ones to leave the party and the first ones to make tracks on the mountain.
The Big Sky Bridge Decks project continues.
On the bridge by Little Coyote Road, the deck is curing and crews are rebuilding bridge ends, enabling a smooth transition from bridge to road. Construction workers are also working on forming a barrier rail on the sides of the bridge.
Three and done--Lone Peak Lady Big Horns Varsity Volleyball dominated against the Absorakee Lady Huskies during the season opener on August 29. The Lady Big Horns showed fantastic balance and skill in offensive and defensive plays.
The usual 4th of July antics of Big Sky were quieted this year. Town Center was not packed full of people as the typical show was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. It was the same story across the nation – night skies were darkened by lack of professional shows.
A vocal crowd cheered the Big Horns on in their conference opener at home, but the excitement in the gym didn’t heat up the team’s shooting. The Big Horns ended the first period down 11-14.