Sanford Park Campground, and a little camper history

There's a running joke amongst my friends. I buy campers, sit on them for a bit, then sell them again without even using them once. The last three were like that. I don't think the Ram van was my fault, though. The first time I loaded it up to go camping, it wouldn't start. At … Continue reading Sanford Park Campground, and a little camper history

First People’s Buffalo Jump

My mom will outlive us all. She and her service dog walk all over town. To yoga, to classes, to the grocery store. Wherever she needs to go, they walk. They might take a bus in the winter when it's really cold, but only if it's really cold. So when she visits, she requires walks. … Continue reading First People’s Buffalo Jump

Eastern Montana/Miles City

I was born in Eastern Montana--maybe that's why I've always preferred flat lands to mountains. It's not that I don't like mountains, I just prefer to be able to see forever in any direction. Great Falls is pretty flat, but Eastern Montana is even better. So when I had a reason to drive out that … Continue reading Eastern Montana/Miles City

Lost Lake/Dry Falls

When I was a kid, we lived in Highwood for a few years. I had no idea I was living 30 minutes from one of the coolest places I’ve seen in Montana. The curved shonkinite walls of Dry Falls flank the west end of Lost Lake–remnants of what once was Montana’s own Niagra Falls (but … Continue reading Lost Lake/Dry Falls