Fort Peck, Montana
Fun in the Sun!
Fort Peck is home to a gem of a lake area. In the 1930's and 40's a huge "Earth Fill" dam was built to hold back the waters of the mighty Missouri River to control flooding down stream and create jobs during the hard times the world was going through at the time. This was a massive undertaking and forever impacted the lives of the people in the area. See Fort Peck Dam for more...
Hunting and Fishing is fantastic in this pristine area. Deer, Elk, Upland Birds, Migratory Waterfowl, Coyotes, Lake Trout, Walleye, Sauger, Northern Pike, Catfish, and Salmon to name a few of the species available.
The lake is 70 miles long and at full pool boasts more shore line than the entire coast of California!
Please enjoy our Webcam!
Retired now, based in Fort Peck, I tuned and serviced pianos throughout Northeastern Montana. The Website for RSG Piano Service is off line now but you can still see it in this website (sunlitedreams) see the links on this page. A piano should be tuned at least once a year, but preferably twice each year, to help compensate for tension changes to the tuning due to constantly changing humidity and temperament. A piano should always be inspected and tuned as soon as possible after it is moved, of course. In addition to tuning, I performed a complete inspection to determine the piano’s condition, and will provide a complete report on items that need attention now, or will in the future. Visit our site and learn more about Pianos what my services where.