Stairway to Big Sky Country

Stairway to Big Sky Country

Glacier National Park, Montana

About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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15 Responses to Stairway to Big Sky Country

  1. Welcome back Tyler…you were missed!

  2. ferwam says:

    this looks magical

  3. Do you ever run into any dinosaur fossils while nature walking/running in Montana… where you, apparently, visit often? There are a lot in that section of the country! 😉

    BTW, here in Illinois, the Massasauga is sadly declining!

  4. beverlydyer says:

    Wow! We wanted to go there, but all booked up. Where are you staying?

    • Thank you, Beverly! Our Glacier Park trip was actually over Labor Day weekend. We stayed at the West Glacier Hotel and had a wonderful time. I haven’t had a chance to post on my blog b/c I’ve been working near Mt. Shasta in California and haven’t had internet connection. It’s great to be back! I hope you are doing well, my friend!
      Tyler 🙂

  5. Love the photo! It is surreal. I have never been to Montana.
    Nice to have you back in the blogosphere. Hope all is well. 🙂

    • Thank you, my friend! Glacier Park is a transcendent place to visit. If you have a chance, I highly encourage you to take a trip to Montana. It’s such a diverse State, from the mountainous Continental Divide in the West, to the fossil beds and badlands in the East, there is always eye-catching, inspiring scenery to behold around every corner. As soon as I returned from my Montana vacation, I drove down to Mt. Shasta for my job and haven’t had internet connection until late this week. It feels good to be back. I’ve missed you all. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
      Tyler 🙂

    • Thank you, my friend! Even though I’ve been to Glacier Park several times before, the scenery always seems fresh, as though I’m seeing it anew. I never tire of the transcendent Big Sky County. I hope you are doing well. Have a wonderful tomorrow today 🙂

  6. ronfeir says:

    I love that spot…know it well. I’m a new follower. Please follow me as well. Thanks!

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