Sunday, June 30, 2013
Our move to Montana has been an important catalyst for the two of us. Leaving everything familiar, from the guest ranch industry to our families and friends, behind us, we struck out on a new venture in a new place, and feel we have succeeded. While hiking on the ranch where we live and work looking for shed antlers, we came across a particular spot on top of a ridge that was pretty spectacular. Surrounded by a few gnarled pines and an old abandoned seeder with wooden wagon wheels, it had a backdrop of Red Lodge Mountain to the south and Granite Peak to the west, while the Crazy Mountains and the Pryor Mountains lined the opposite horizons.