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October 14, 2012


7:08 a.m. There was a large horse standing in the middle of Rock Cliff Drive.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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4:52 p.m. Reportedly, someone watched a Columbia Falls man fall down. He stayed on the ground for a moment then stood up and went on his way.

5:22 a.m. A Kalispell man called and reported that throughout the night he has heard suspicious noises in his trailer. He also told a dispatcher that he could not expand on this experience as it was unbelievable and would sound more like a movie than real life.

Come on, Hollywood! If you can't find a movie to be made here it's time to quit the business.

Does it have a name?

Geezer alert.


Those Columbia FALLS men, always living up to their name!

Where in the heck is the National Guard?

Or at least the UN peace keepers!


"Someone found a hypothermic cat at the hydroelectric plant in Bigfork. The caller suspected that someone had flung it into the river." Unless it's hide was wet, that's just hypothetical hype.

And about that HORSE, who was the star of this post before it was hijacked...

He was only waiting for someone to say "HiHo Silver, Away", and he was out of there.

Good work Ralph. Way to give 'em the hypothermic needle.

But again, with the bear spray? Doesn't anybody actually spray BEARS with it?

The Columbia Falls guy was just playing Ring Around the Rosie.

The ranger tried to yell at him to move, but he was a little horse.

A horse is a horse, of course, of course,
And no one can talk to a horse off course
That is, of course, unless the horse is
Standing in Flathead.

Go right to the source, to Hungry Horse
They always complain to the po-lice force.
They're on a most unsteady course
Living in Flathead....

The horse gave a false name to authorities, insisting only that he was " cow " .

They forgot to mention the small horse that was standing in the middle of Pebble Cliff Drive. Think about it.

Whoa, lgirl!

Aren't all horses large?

Huzzah ligirl. I just saw 10 minutes of Mr. Ed. today before work. What are the odds ?????


When some men wish they were one of the cast of My Little Pony. Or something weird like that.

One could only imagine if Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock, or even John Newland had discovered
Flathead, a whole new series of weirdness would have been tapped into!

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