I created this journal for my friends who only visit the Madison Valley of Montana in the summer and ask me the question, "What are the winters like?"
I hope you enjoy my photos and comments as I share my Montana moments this year. Perhaps it will give you a peek into what it is truly like to live here full time.
Welcome to my world.
"Yesterday, Friday September 18, 2015 a family of moose, including the bull, the cow and the baby, blessed us with their presence, and I might add 'What a presence it was.
I spent nearly an hour observing them all and the places where each fit into the family. I wonder…if I had in my past known where I fit in my family how would my life been different? What really matters now is how I fit into my own life."
- Ken W. Hall
Friday afternoon a friend called to alert me that a family of moose were in town. It is rare to see a bull, cow and salt all in one location. I called Ken and off he went. Of the 300 images he took he was kind enough to share these with me to share with you.
After several rainy days the sunshine was a welcome sight and made his photography easier. As you can tell the rain brought the first significant snow fall to the mountains. Temps in the mornings have been in the high thirties and daytime temps in the fifty to sixty degree range. I do love the fall weather and visits from your animal kingdom.