Thoughts from the Big Sky Country

Writing you straight from Missoula, Montana. I arrived here on Wednesday night for the Society for Environmental Journalism conference and my schedule has been chock full of events. The state of Montana has been called “Big Sky Country” and I can see why. The crisp fall air and clear blue skies are not to be taken for granted.

On Thursday morning, I woke up at 4:45am to go on a day-trip to Glacier National Park with a group from SEJ. It took a little over 3 hours to get there and back. Yes, it was a short trip to see one of America’s treasures but it was better than nothing. I mean, check out how I started my morning…

More photos to come but I wanted to give you a preview.

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3 thoughts on “Thoughts from the Big Sky Country

  1. ron, i’ll be posting more photos and tips on places to eat so please stay tuned. missoula is a beautiful town and people here are really nice.

    christina, i’ll be back in the marketplace offices on monday!

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