Just trying to figure out how all these cowboys keep their hats on in Montana winds. Is it glued on??? P.S. One week out from xmas and its 55 degrees. Still haven't witnessed this crazy Montana snow everyone talks about and I'm beginning to think it's all a lie. 😶 K back to reading Longmire bye 🖐
2 years ago today we brought this little bundle of joy home.💗 Kenai is the most handsome and sweetest dog in the whole world!! His kisses and cuddles melt my heart. He’s obsessed with fetch and plays all day😂❤️ (watch the last video if you want to see the day we got him. I don’t think Justin and I had ever been that excited in our lives 😂) @justinstreeter00 happy Kenai-versary!!!❤️❤️❤️
I’ve been back in Yellowstone for three weeks, today. If only I could just share every last experience I’ve had out here, I would. This park has always been a place of transformation and growth for me, spread out over three very different chapters in my life. Hard to believe that almost six years ago I was arriving to this place for the very first time—the whole world in front of me. I remember meeting people that had worked five or more years out here and thinking how seasoned they were, how experienced they must be. Struggling to see myself in that light now, but dang I bet that green and naive kid would be so impressed by the man I’ve become. In an effort to be more self affirming, here I am: hundreds of miles crossed in the backcountry, two dozen mountains climbed, plenty of on-trail bear encounters (haven’t had to use bear spray once!!!), camped in all conditions (except subzero, maybe this winter), and hundreds of new people and perspectives met. Seasoned. Experienced. Compared with the kid working his first summer season in YNP... “camping” all summer with a hammock, a military blanket, and his college book bag... afraid for weeks to go into the backcountry after seeing a bear in the front country more than a mile away... a kid that had only ever climbed dunes before climbing his first mountain. The lesson this place keeps teaching me is that change is rapid and all at once—growth, however, takes time. Dedication. A willingness to start over again and again. A step toward the unknown, the terrifying, the wild. So grateful to call this place home. #yellowstonenationalpark#yellowstonejobs
It’s only a very tiny portion of this lake, and those mountain peaks reach up to almost 10,000 feet. This here is a part of Polson Bay, the southern end of the 79th largest natural fresh water lake in the world. Come explore, and if it’s between May-October, I’m happy to give you the best private boat tour. You’re welcome to contact me anytime.