I moved to Montana in March of this year (2010) because it is the epitome of natural beauty in so many ways. There's a little bit of everything here for people; mountains, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, history...you name it. At the moment, there's no place I'd rather be.
When you move to Montana you can’t help but look up and take in the clouds. They speak to my heart. It’s as if God is saying, “look what I made today.” It’s all awesome. I can’t wait to see what He is going to do with clouds tomorrow.
My first glorious glimpse of Montana was the open road. One September, after a hectic traffic-stalled rush to the Los Angeles airport, I landed at Bozeman and set out for Missoula. I was stunned by the expansive golden landscape, by the intense blue of the sky, and especially by the experience of driving miles and m
My husband and I had looked for years for a place to retire. When we discovered Bozeman, we both knew that this town was what we had been looking for. Besides the fishing, hiking, hunting and open space, we loved the vibrancy of a university town. It's been a perfect fit.
Proximity to beautiful natural areas, true four-season recreation, and a community of people who care more for the natural world than for shopping and dining. It is fun to live in a place where people live here because they truly want to BE here.