Some weeks are awesome. This past week, my Montana lovin’ friends, was one of them.
Why? Because it was spent road tripping from Missoula north along Highway 93 into the Flathead Valley with a group of lovely ladies.
Our goal for the week: To experience as much Montana goodness as we possibly could within five days. And boy howdy, did we ever.
Here’s a look at the first part of our road trip in Montana’s Glacier Country…
An evening stroll through Missoula’s Caras Park.
Kicking back at Kettlehouse Brewery in Missoula.
The Smokejumper Visitor Center.
The stunning St. Ignatius Mission. (A look inside will reveal 58 hand-painted murals on the walls and ceilings).
The view from Allentown Restaurant at Ninepipes Lodge in Charlo.
Experiencing American Indian culture at The People’s Center in Pablo.
Kerr Dam near Polson. (This was one of my favorite stops on the road trip).
The Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell.
Downtown Whitefish. Adorable.
Our home for the evening: The Garden Wall Inn.
Every once in a while, you just need to get lost (in Montana).
It’s been a lovely week.
PS: Stay tuned for part two of our road trip, coming next week.