Last August we visited a state we’d never been to before, Montana. I’ve always wanted to go there but had yet to make it. So when my husband suggested we take a trip to Montana and North Dakota, I was quick to sign on.
We’d visited Wyoming and South Dakota a few years back, so it only made sense to head north. We arrived in Missoula. The next day we headed for Whitefish, Mt, a cute and trendy kind of town, then on to Glacier National Park where we spent two of the most wonderful days of our lives sightseeing and hiking. We spent one very long driving day through the grassland and prairies of Montana, stayed the night in Glasgow, MT (I bet you didn’t know Glasgow existed in MT) then on to North Dakota. I’ll share pictures from our brief adventures there in the October 15th blog. After two days we came back to Billings, Montana for two days.
I hope you enjoy this little taste of Montana. I’m smiling remembering the gorgeous views.
They call Montana the Big Sky state for a good reason.
Glacier National Park is a true gem.
Can you say buffalo? (and more)
Wild, wild horses…
University of Montana in Missoula is a great place to study – we had to watch out for the wild bicyclists around this lovely lake.
I would go back to Montana in a heartbeat because there is so much more to see. I hope you enjoyed the pictures.
In two weeks I’ll share some pictures from North Dakota and more from Montana.
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Until next time, make it a great one!