Sunset Over Montana

Laying in bed trying to hold on to the last bit of magic from my trip to Montana. The laughter, the freedom, the sights, the smells, the people, the food are just a few of the reasons it’s love when it comes to Montana. So, as the sun sets on this vacation I thought I’d share a few of the sunsets from this trip.

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25 thoughts on “Sunset Over Montana

            • I don’t even know. I’m going to a ministry conference in Orlando at the end of the month, but after that is still up in the air. I have vacation time I need to use before the end of the year, but where I go will depend on cash flow & if my sister moves. Some ideas I have are check out the fall colors in the smoky mountains, a quick Caribbean cruise, NYC once they have decorated for Christmas (I’m a total Christmas but btw), or back to Montana in Dec to go through Yellowstone in a snow coach, go for a sleigh ride, try snow showing & whatever winter sports I can find.

              • Where is Smoky Mountain? Ohhh, a Caribbean cruise would be fun! I love the Caribbean. NY at Christmas time is spectacular! A must see! Yellowstone in the winter would be nice. Snow shoeing is one of my favorite winter sports! Sounds like you have some good plans. I’m thinking Europe in December.

              • They’re in Tennessee. I haven’t been on a cruise or to the Caribbean since 2009 so I’m definitely due for a trip there. Believe it or not I’ve never been to NYC! I’ve been to Yellowstone in the winter & liked it better than in the summer. It was absolutely magical all covered in snow! Europe is amazing in December!!!! I went for 2 weeks over thanksgiving last year. Do you know where all you would go yet? You definitely need to check out the Christmas markets!

              • I love London! I wish I had been able to spend more time there. We were only able to stay 1 day. If you have the time explore one of the adorable little villages nearby. If you will be driving to other countries, I recommend the ferry instead of the tunnel. It was less expensive and a fun ride. If you have one, don’t leave your American Express at home. I had a lot easier time finding places that would accept that than visa or MasterCard, especially at gas stations. There are many places that don’t take cards at all so make sure you have cash as well. The Christmas markets in Germany are amazing, but one of my favorites was a small one in a cave in the Netherlands! Of course Paris is incredible & I kind of fell in love with Brugge as well. However, according to my sister Rome is absolutely the #1 place in Europe you need to go. She’s lived & traveled in Europe over 4 years now & has told me I’m not allowed to come visit her again until I go to Rome! Lol

              • Wow, thanks for the detailed suggestions~! I will definitely use these tips. Sounds like you know quite a bit about Europe. I can’t wait to visit an area where I have never been. I keep going back to areas I’ve been before.

              • I like a nice mixture of going to old favorites & new places. Even when I visit my standards I still like to try something new whether it be a new museum, new neighborhood, or even new food/restaurant. My recent guilty pleasure has been visiting small towns & villages. They don’t have all the amenities of cities, but posses such a charm & is a great way to really get a feel for the people and culture. Locals give the best tips on where to go and where to eat. I love off the beaten path experiences!

              • Yeah, I am the same way. I like certain parts of the world so I keep going back. Yet, I see them in a new way every time I go back. I like to be busy so I always want to try new things. I try new things each time I visit a place. We sound a lot alike missy. I’ve been visiting a lot of new places this summer, but I still went back to a few places I have already been.

    • I LOVE Glacier! I try to visit at least once a year and my ultimate goal is to get a small cabin near the park. You can’t go wrong anywhere in Montana really. No matter how many times you visit there is always something new to experience.

  1. Third photo down of the lake is my favourite, especially on full screen. Great shots and write up. Cheers for this posting. I just want to get out there in the mountains immediately. Thanks.

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