We had almost a week away in Montana in a tiny little town just outside of Glacier National Park called Polebridge. It was so beautiful and great to get away with the Peak7 staff. The mountains were clearly visible all but one day, which after the clouds appeared covered in snow. So that was beautiful to see.
One of the Peak7 volunteers had some great pictures that I will share also, but cannot claim them as my own. :)
Mini photo shoot with Tenley. We headed to Bowman Lake in Glacier and I had set up this little sun tent for the kids and just fed her. She was one happy and content baby!
Bowman Lake, lens has no polarizer on it, the clouds looked just like that.
Funny story about the picture with the three kiddos. The two kids were singing and whenever the boy would sing, he would lift his arms. Which Hannah Gray must have been taking as a cue to hug him. So every time his arms would go up, Hannah Gray would hug him!
The gracious host of the weekend had a beaver that was building a dam down his river that needed to be removed. So 4 of the boys took off with guns in hand to look for the beaver to “take care of the problem”. It was actually a pretty hilarious scene to watch them march along with their rifles in hand.
To be honest, not real sure what this picture is all about other than it’s hilarious. It has something to do with being animals… we hiked to a top of one of the mountains near Glacier and this was a group picture at the top. I had taken off running down the mountain with two other guides to hitch a ride with them on dirt bikes because I forgot I needed to feed Tenley. Oops. (side note: she wasn’t even crying when I got back.)