I’m off on my first adventure of 2011 starting tomorrow when I’ll be heading to Montana to experience Big Sky and Yellowstone during the winter. The agenda includes skiing, both alpine and cross country, snow shoeing, sledding, wildlife viewing, and a whole lot more. I love the wild and beautiful country there, and can’t wait to check it out under a blanket of snow.
Never fear though. I’m taking my trusty new MacBook Air along and hope to make some posts when I have Internet access, which may or may not be all that often. When I was out that way back in September, we often didn’t even have cell phone service, let alone Internet. Either way, I hope to continue to do at least a little writing while I’m on the road, and may even be able to share some photo and thoughts on the trip as it unfolds.
In the meantime, I hope your 2011 is off to just as an adventurous start. No sense in waiting, just jump right in.
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6 thoughts on “The First Adventure of 2011!”
Wow have fun! Should be incredible. We recently had a 3 part BBC documentary on Yellowstone shown here in the UK – was incredible! Don't know if it was shown in the US? Highly recommended
Nice! I just got back from a weekend in Yellowstone, and it was beyond incredible. Can't figure out if I like it better in winter or not, but I'm guessing that won't be my last trip up there in the colder months. Have a great time!
Looking forward to the trip. Should be a blast. And Tom, if you ever get the chance to visit Yellowstone, definitely do so. It is spectacular.
It's on my extremely long to do list! Looks incredible – especially over winter!
head up towards missoula!!
sick skiing, amazing snowshoeing and backcountry, and the best scotch ale….ever.
Thanks for the tip, but since I'm on a press trip, I'm sort of at their whim. It's Big Sky and then on to Yellowstone.
I'll try to get by with that. 😉
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