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Hook, Line and Singer (No. 138)

  • Aired: 11/24/2013
  • 28:32
  • Rating: TV-G
We meet a retired rancher in Deer Lodge whose unlikely collection of home appliances grew from necessity. The show profiles a student at Stone Child College who has a unique approach to Native American songs. Next is a sandstone metropolis of hoodoos carved by the Two Medicine River. Then, Backroads meets a western Montana man who has worked hard to improve access to the state's great outdoors.
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Sewing machines, Native songs, Two Medicine hoodoos, outdoor access, Fergus courthouse.
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