Thursday, October 11, 2012


Bannack.... Montana's Territorial Capitol from the 1800's.  People lived in Bannack clear up to the 1970's, and several of the houses had wallpaper to prove it.  I found a lot of things to enjoy in this wonderful town.  As I was walking down the street, the Old West town that it was seemed to spring to life.  Walking through the Hotel, I felt that I could live in that building and be content for the rest of my life.  Bannack is a beautifully preserved town, and I'm excited to explore it some more in the future.  


Broken Down Hutch

Green and Yellow Door

Inside the Hotel 

Hotel Mead

Masonic Temple

Red Door



Sewing Machine

Grand Staircase in Hotel Mead

Window View

Rickety Staircase 


A couple of weeks ago, my mom, a family friend, and I all went to "hitch pull" in Deer Lodge, Montana.  None of us knew what to expect.  I couldn't help but think that it sounded incredibly "cowboyish."  What we discovered, instead, was this fabulous event with beautiful animals strutting around and showing off.  From the personal use wagons, to the eight hitch mule team, everyone was having a good time and drivers showed off their skills in incredible ways.  Enjoy! 

Eight Hitch Mule Team

Canadian Maze

Canadian Maze

Chariot on the Canadian Maze

Unicorn Hitch Leader

Personal Use Carriage

Four Hitch Team Leaders

Canadian Maze

Unicorn Leader


Eight Hitch Mule Team

Six Hitch Horse Team

Unicorn Hitch

Canadian Maze 

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

New Images

Heaven's Peak, Glacier NP

Iceberg Lake, Glacier NP

Iceberg Lake, Glacier NP

Iceberg Lake, Glacier NP

Iceberg Lake, Glacier NP

Many Glacier, Glacier NP 
So it's been awhile since I posted.  New website isn't up yet, but it is slloooowwwlly in the works.   Enjoy these new images from Glacier.  It may become an annual tradition to venture north and photograph these amazing places.  Iceberg Lake is in the Many Glacier area of Glacier NP.  It is a ten mile hike round trip.  The hike isn't particularly difficult, but it is long.  Once you round the last bend to get to the lake however, it is all worth it.  Iceberg Lake is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited.  I'm excited to do the hike again, hopefully next year, and when I'm in a bit better shape!