Dear Autumn,

Welcome to Montana. There is something about you that is utterly romantic. I’m guessing it’s the combination of leaves changing, the crisp freshness of the air and the wardrobe of boots and sweaters that are worn prominently by many a Montana girl during your time here.

Either way, I’m happy you’re here. You bring us some pretty fabulous things, like the Scarecrow Festival in Stevensville, Griz football in Missoula, Great Northwest Oktoberfest in Whitefish, a quieter time in Glacier National Park and some of the most beautiful leaf-peeping drives this side of the Mississippi River.

And for all of those things I, along with many others, thank you. We’re really happy you’re here.

Love,
TT

PS: So you can get to know us, here are some photos of what we’ve been up to the last few weeks while we were waiting for you to arrive.

We took a stroll through the Ross Creek Cedar Grove.
We took a stroll through the Ross Creek Cedar Grove.
Saw a glimpse of heaven in Glacier National Park.
Saw a glimpse of heaven in Glacier National Park.
Took a ride with these folks on a red bus.
Took a ride with these folks on a red bus.
Marveled at Many Glacier.
Marveled at Many Glacier.

September 24, 2010

Related: Autumn, Fall, Road Trips

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