Traveling to Montana is something I've dreamed about for years. I envisioned it as a place to disconnect from technology, a sanctuary to reset my mind, and the perfect setting to rediscover the beauty of nature. After months of planning, I decided to turn this dream into reality with a family adventure out West. From Jackson, Wyoming, we drove North through Yellowstone to Montana. Once there, we spent a week at a working dude ranch, learning to fly fish, mine for gemstones, and raft through rapids. We encountered wild moose, bald eagles, and grizzly bears, and made many unforgettable memories along the way.
Bozeman to Big Sky
Captivating Gallatin Canyon is a beautiful place for a scenic drive with views of towering rock formations, forests and valleys. Bighorn sheep are no stranger to this area, along with the occasional bear, moose or deer. You'll also find popular hiking trails and mountain lakes on both sides of this picturesque canyon.
Sailing down Snake River
We started our journey in Jackson, Wyoming, where we had the opportunity to watch the sunrise while boating down the Snake River. We saw plenty of wildlife, including baby bald eagles, heron, and even a falcon up close. After a few hours, we docked and enjoyed a riverside breakfast that was cooked entirely over campfire.
Home on the Range
Nestled in one of Montana’s valleys, we stayed in a cabin on an authentic 19thcentury homestead. We spent lunches and dinners in a barn, attended a rodeo, and enjoyed nights in a classic Western saloon.
My Inspiration for Fall
After venturing West to refresh, unwind, and reconnect with nature, I came home with a brand new vision for Fall - timeless neutrals with unique twists.
One of my favorite pieces for this upcoming season is the Horse Print Sweatshirt
- This cozy fleece with vintage-inspired equestrian artwork is an easy-to-wear piece you'll find yourself constantly reaching for.