Does this photo from Hamilton, Montana’s Saturday market look familiar to our baby boomer readers? That’s right, I used it for last year’s 4th of July Saturday’s scene. Why am I posting it again? Because it’s my favorite photo depicting small town Independence Day celebrations — the kind that will be happening across the U.S. […]
How do you find lodging in off-the-beaten-path destinations like Montana’s Bitterroot Valley? Alan and I rely on Vacation Rentals by Owner. Last spring, when we sat down to plan an active boomer adventure in the southwestern corner of the Big Sky State, we used our tried and true tips for choosing a vacation rental. On […]
Are you looking for an active travel adventure in Montana? Hiking is one of the best ways to experience the wildness of the Treasure State. And, with trails available for every level of hiker, there’s no reason to sit on the cabin porch, especially when you can hike to Elk Lake. During our trip to Fishtail, Montana, […]
Last week I wrote a post about why Alan and I traveled to the Stillwater River Valley in Montana. During our explorations, we discovered an excellent hiking trail system at the end of Forest Road 400 in Nye. With only a 500′ elevation gain in the first three miles to Sioux Charley Lake, it’s very […]
Have you searched for paradise on your boomer travels? Did you find it? Alan and I went looking for paradise on a boomer road trip to Montana, because of a photo in a new car brochure. That’s right, a photo. It all started in 2005 with the purchase of a Jeep Rubicon. As Alan poured […]
A hike around Lake Como. If you’re a baby boomer traveler who’s in the know, you probably think I mean Lake Como in northern Italy. Are you laughing at my idea of hiking around one of Italy’s largest lakes? Fooled ya! I’m talking about hiking at Lake Como in Montana. When Alan and I traveled […]
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