Cruising Highway 93: Missoula to Polson

Earlier this week, I needed to buzz up north for work. And while I’ve been hitting the road plenty during the last couple of months, there was not a word of complaint out of this messy-haired girl’s mouth. Why? Because right now the scenery in Montana’s Glacier Country is as lovely as it’s ever been. Oh, and there’s no traffic.

This week has been full of blue sky, moody clouds and incredible fall colors. Take a look…

Coming down Ravalli Hill, with the Mission Mountains in view.

Coming down Ravalli Hill, with the Mission Mountains in view.

Notice the guy pulling a boat? That's how gorgeous fall has been.

Notice the guy pulling a boat? That’s how gorgeous fall has been.

Moody clouds lingering over Flathead Lake.

Moody clouds lingering over Flathead Lake.

The Mission Mountains just north of Pablo.

The Mission Mountains just north of Pablo.

Another view of the Missions, this one near St. Ignatius.

Another view of the Missions, this one near St. Ignatius.

To best sum up my thoughts on this month, I have to rely on L.M. Montgomery and his book Anne of Green Gables. Because I too am “…so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”

xo,
TT

2 thoughts on “Cruising Highway 93: Missoula to Polson

  1. Bruce Thompson

    My wife and I will be visiting Montana for the first time in late July, next year and will be based in St Ignatius. Thanks for the photos – they give us an idea of what to expect.

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    1. tiatroy Post author

      Awesome, Bruce! I’m so glad to hear you’ll be coming to St. Ignatius next July. It is such a beautiful part of Montana…be sure to check out the St. Ignatius Mission and National Bison Range while you’re here.

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