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Montana: Sometimes There Are No Words

Every once in a while, there are moments when this girl wonders if the last few days have been real. Once such moment happened last week.

I’d been on the road for work for several days and had seen some pretty amazing Montana moments along the way. As I was searching for the words to describe what I’d seen and felt, I realized that sometimes no words are needed.

This my friends, is one of those times.

Taking in the view at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

Taking in the view at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

 

Watching the sunrise at Tally Lake.

Watching the sunrise at Tally Lake.

 

The view from a Montana backroad.

The view from a Montana backroad.

Watching the next generation marvel at the majesty of Trail of the Cedars in Glacier National Park.

Seeing the next generation marvel at the majesty of Trail of the Cedars in Glacier National Park.

American Indian dancers in Glacier National Park.

American Indian dancers in Glacier National Park.

The early morning mystery at Many Glacier in Glacier National Park.

The early morning mystery at Many Glacier in Glacier National Park.

Greeting the day with a red bus tour in Glacier National Park.

Greeting the day with a red bus tour in Glacier National Park.

The view toward Logan Pass from the Going-to-the-Sun Road.

The view toward Logan Pass from the Going-to-the-Sun Road.

xo,
TT

Cruising through Western Montana

This week has been a whirlwind. This girl has gone everywhere from Seeley Lake to Glacier National Park and Whitefish to Trout Creek. And while it has flown by incredibly fast, I’ve been able to see some of the most absolutely beautiful and breathtaking sites in Western Montana.

Holland Falls

Cruising the waters of Flathead Lake.

Chowing down at the Whistlestop Cafe in Paradise.

Thompson Falls Dam

Biking the Hiawatha Trail.

It was a good week.
TT

Mountain Biking & Fall

This past weekend I spent some time on one of Missoula’s premier recreation areas-Blue Mountain. Located literally minutes away from Missoula, Blue Mountain is an outstanding place for outdoor recreation with a folfe course and trails for hiking, biking & riding.

My adventure included watching some phenomenal mountain bikers. Check out the photos below…

Getting started for the day

Getting started for the day


Tearing down the trail at Blue Mountain

Tearing down the trail at Blue Mountain

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