Montana Gift Corral Blog
While only 3% of Yellowstone National Park is located in Montana, it has captured much more of every Montanan’s heart. Living in Gardiner for a few years gave me the world's greatest backyard--Electric Peak greeting me each morning on my walk to work, the confluence of the Gardner and Yellowstone rivers creating the soundscape of each day, and pronghorn, elk, and bison sharing the grasses just inside the Roosevelt Arch. I hope those reading this are reminded of their time in Yellowstone, and, for those with Yellowstone on their bucket list, make plans to cross it off soon.
Sometimes it's challenging to make it to the places we have always wanted to go. This is why we're bringing Yellowstone National Park to your home! Sit back in comfort, and start planning. Yellowstone National Park is worth the wait, and it will always be here. While the world is on hold, the Bison will continue to roam.
Mom, mommy, momma, madre. Whatever you may call your mother, it means love, care, protection, and warmth. A mom is somebody you can rely on, no matter what. There are all sorts of amazing moms in each of our lives whether it’s your own mother, your sister who brought your incredible nieces and nephews into this world, your daughter-in-law that has become like one of your own children, or the grandma who loves anyone that sits at their table.
Montana is a wonderful place, and we are grateful every single day to call this place home. If you live in Montana, we're sure you understand. If you don't live in Montana, we can't wait for you to visit us when this is all behind us. We put together a list of ways to enjoy the Treasure State from the safety of your own home, no matter where you are!
Staying home is hard. It’s even harder when you live in Montana and are blessed with the world’s best backyard. If you’re pining to get out and experience everything this great state has to offer, why not opt for a literal taste of Montana? Montana’s fresh air, steep hillsides, and snowmelt combine to make the sweet and subtly tart huckleberry we prize right along with the other gems that make this the treasure state.
I’m supposed to write about what social distancing in Montana means. When I came up with this idea, I thought I’d talk about skinning and skiing at Bridger or Hyalite, maybe hitting up some of your favorite cross-country ski trails, or wading out into a chilly river to cast a line. These are some of the things that make me feel incredibly fortunate to call Montana home. But as I’ve been home the last several days, the thing that I’ve enjoyed most has been taking my dog, Duck, for walks.
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