No Reservations in Montant (Parts 3 and 4)
One of the unique aspects of the U.S. is while we are one country, we really are made up of 50 different countries. Each state has it’s own unique character, people and place in our history. Whether it’s New York or New Mexico, San Franciso or Savannah, there are so many unique places here. My “Bucket List” of the places in the U.S. that I have never visited, or want to return to is a long one. I’ll keep my list and hope I can start to tick some of them off in the months and years ahead.
But until then, we’ve come up with technology such as TV and the Internet to take us places we have never been, or places we have been, and maybe did not appreciate as much as we should have. It’s not to late to gain that appreciation. And my little home town of Livingston, Montana is such a place. Not a fond place to grow up in some respects, but in others, I think I’m a better person for having started my life there. Now, I have No Reservations about Montana.
A return trip last year in June and my new found sense of “take your camera everywhere,” gave me the opportunity to see my hometown in a different light. It was fun to walk all over town and capture the sights I grew up with, some in a different state, and some just they way they looked when I left some “xx” years ago!
Just so you can capture the rest of what Montana looks like, and why it’s called The Big Sky Country, I’m sharing the last 2 parts of the No Reservations in Montana series in one blog. I hope you’ll pause for a few minutes and watch with me and experience what Montana is all about.
Number 3 has true family tie to it. Tim Bowers is my brother-in-law. The “base camp” where they have lunch after their horse ride is actually just behind their home in Paradise Valley, located on land given to them my my Dad. In the video, the lady with the blue plaid shirt is my sister, Cindy, the oldest of the three of us. If you want a truly unique vacation experience, check out Bearpaw Outfitters.
Thanks, for taking time to stop by. Thanks for reading my blog. And Thanks for spending a little time with No Reservations in Montana.