I’m not sure how many of you feel this way, but this girl is having a hard time saying goodbye to summer. It’s like I blinked and all of the sudden it’s gone.

This summer was definitely one for the books, with thousands of miles logged, countless scoops of ice cream consumed and beautiful snapshots of images that will be carried with me always. And while I’m looking forward to autumn, colorful fall foliage, beautiful drives and spiced cider, my heart is still mourning the loss of summer.

But instead of saying goodbye, I’m going to bid summer a hearty farewell, so long and a hope to see you soon. And summer, until we meet again, I’m going to remember the good times and adventures we shared under Montana’s big blue sky.

Lake McDonald from Apgar, Glacier National Park
A quiet creek near Stevensville, Bitterroot Valley
Outdoor summer concert - Missoula
Kerr Dam - Flathead Valley
Late summer afternoon - Tobacco Valley
Early morning sunrise - St. Ignatius
A summer tradition - Serrano's in East Glacier
Fly-fishing with friends in the rain - Glacier National Park
Hello beautiful - Glacier National Park
Hiking with baby brother - Holland Falls
Blackfeet Nation
Missoula from Mt. Sentinel
Summer = Strawberry Lemonade
Seeley-Swan Valley

Montana hugs and kisses,
TT

September 29, 2011

Related: American Indian, Bitterroot Valley, Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Blackfeet Nation, Food, Glacier National Park, Lincoln County, Missoula, Seeley-Swan Valley, Summer

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