Usually, a Montana commute means back-country roads, a few stop signs – maybe – and a rogue tractor, hay truck or 4-wheeler. And a “good commute” is a road that is paved.
Yesterday, I had a real, good commute on a two-lane highway, through Gallatin Canyon, on my way to a work conference in Big Sky, Montana . . . → Read More: Montana Commute
I’ve been told by some of my “Facebook Friends” that I don’t really “work.” I guess it’s my fault, as I leave status updates from work conferences (Big Sky, Snowbird, Santa Fe), but it’s usually from my “free” time.
I know, it may all sound like a bunch of fun and games, until someone gets their eye . . . → Read More: A “Work” Event ~ I Promise
Last week, I had the distinct pleasure (?) of working alongside my 15 year old son. My bosses were kind enough to offer him a paying gig for a week at the Wilderness Medicine Conference in Big Sky, Montana.
This was the first “real” job said 15 year old has had, aside from odd day labor work . . . → Read More: Teenagers and Hierarchy
Since there has not been time for thoughtful blog commentary – the least I can do is show you via blog photography (another passion o’ mine) more of Big Sky, Montana in the summer time.
Fog over Big Sky Resort
The "hired" help??? One on the far right!
Some bungee fun
. . . → Read More: Holy Cowboy Hayride
What a crazy commute! This was what I saw walking to “the office” today.
Lone Peak Big Sky Resort
As I have said before, and will say again, there really is no place like Montana in the summer time!
More later…off . . . → Read More: Big Views Around Big Sky
Do you ever wonder about someone that you see alone in a restaurant? Do you think, are they sad? Do they have any family or friends? If so, then why are they alone? Personally, I always feel sorry for those “lonely” folks, and am tempted to invite them over to my table and save them from . . . → Read More: Blissfully Alone