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Montana Love Beckons

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“I’m in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with Montana it is love. And it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.” John Steinbeck

My daughter, Theresa, participated in a service effort on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation a few years ago. She had the joy of traveling across Montana to get there and as they stopped along the way she snapped away. She said how majestic and beautiful it was and how she pictured me here among the mountains and streams. Alas, as of yet, I have not been to Montana despite invites, promptings and desires to go fly fishing’s reputed Mecca. Soon, I hope, I will too become smitten with Montana. I have little doubt.

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Treasures Found: I was cleaning out an old computer the kids had loaded up with music, photos and school work some years ago. I spent the tedious time downloading thousands of images of theirs, mostly of other kids I didn’t know and silly group shots. Amongst the rabble, were the images of a trip to Montana and there were these nice outdoor shots taken by Theresa as they skirted Glacier N.P. and other beautiful displays of Montana.


5 Responses to “Montana Love Beckons”


  1. 1 Wayne Mumford
    February 21, 2014 at 22:23

    Montana bites. Once bitten, you never recover. I love Oregon too though. If I ever leave Montana I would probably end up back in Oregon. It’s every bit as beautiful and more diverse than Montana in my mind. I think what makes Montana unique is how the prairies run up into mountains, the big mountain valleys, the sweep of big river bottoms on the plains. It’s about the scale of things and of course the sky over it all. Sometimes on the prairie the weather is like a wave, small far away and coming slow, it builds over time and then rolls over you like bulldozer. Good stuff! Puts you in your place.

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  2. February 21, 2014 at 11:10

    Those are beautiful shots your daughter took in Montana. Mary and I were just there last weekend. It was a quick trip so we didn’t get much site seeing in. We went to pick up a puppy (a big puppy)!

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  3. 4 Renard Moreau
    February 19, 2014 at 07:59

    [ Smiles ] Those are some breathtaking photos!

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