What started out as our spring trip turned out to be Boomer’s and my only trip together last year. It was disappointing that Boomer stayed home for the rest of the year but we did have an enjoyable time on our spring trip together. Below is a wrap up of … Continue reading
On August 20th 1910 a firestorm ripped through Idaho and Montana leaving a path of 3 million acres decimated. Historians would later refer to this fire as “The Big Burn”, “The Great Fire of 1910” and “The Big Blowup”. The forest still wears its scars to this day and the … Continue reading
I am always looking for a reason to visit Montana. It’s beautiful scenery, fast speed limits and well let’s be honest… the beer! My friend Jen, Boomer and I headed over to Helena in the morning last summer. It was a bit of a drive but we did not mind … Continue reading
Every time I stop at the Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge my inner child comes out. Mostly because of the bridge, because who doesn’t like walking on a swinging bridge and purposely bouncing on it to make it swing… well I can tell you who doesn’t like it BOOMER!
There are two sides to everything. Two sides to a story, two sides to the Biggie VS Tupac rivalry, two sides to a coin and two sides to Glacier National Park.
My friend Laura was coming to visit me and she had requested to see Glacier National Park during her stay, specifically to see glaciers. I obliged her, because I would be crazy to say no to revisiting this lovely park but sadly had to break the news about the glaciers. … Continue reading
When I visited Glacier National Park for the first time I wanted to experience everything. So I booked a tour on the red bus, took a helicopter flight over the Glacier and took a cruise around Lake McDonald on the DeSmet.
It was my first visit to Glacier National Park and I wanted to absorb every ounce of touristy stuff I could. I booked a Red Bus Tour, which is probably one of the most touristy things you can do at Glacier. Although I like to drive most places, it was … Continue reading
I had waited 28 years to visit Glacier National Park. 28 years and I lived only 4 hours away. It’s a pretty embarrassing fact if you ask me. Another fact is that the glaciers in Glacier NP are melting at a pretty rapid rate. There is a prediction out there … Continue reading
Glacier National Park is the crown jewel of Montana… hell it’s the crown jewel of pretty much the entire Northwest. I spend a lot of time traveling around the Northwest and have yet to find somewhere more stunning. I mean look at that. Right??? Places shouldn’t be allowed to be … Continue reading