Looking downstream the Clark Fork River.
by tiatroy
April 2nd, 2014

An Escape to Paradise, Montana

Well, I did it again. I escaped on another road trip. As a gal who takes Montana adventures seriously and who spends quite a bit of time traveling around the state, I know there are a few places within easy reach of home that offer the kind of peaceful …

The Clark Fork River winds through the aptly named community of Paradise.
by tiatroy
March 28th, 2014

A Montana Road Trip: Highway 200

Earlier this week, I decided it was time for another adventure. One that would lead to one of Western Montana’s quietest areas: Highway 200. (I’ve shared my love for this region before….read more about it here). For this particular trip, I grabbed on …

Biking the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
by tiatroy
March 21st, 2014

Spring in Montana and Glacier National Park

First things first: Happy spring! Now that we’ve got that out of the way, I’ll be straight with you. I know it seems like spring is not actually here (especially with the 14 inches of fresh snow at Whitefish Mountain Resort), but I promise you she’s on …

Quintessential Ireland.
by tiatroy
March 14th, 2014

A Montana Girl’s St. Patrick’s Day

I love St. Patrick’s Day. Not because it means that I can wear ridiculous shamrock-covered ensembles or freely pinch people who are not wearing green, but because of the nostalgia it brings to my heart. Whether you’re of actual Irish descent or if drin …

Pretty sure this machine has your name on it.
by tiatroy
March 7th, 2014

An Open Letter to Winter

During the last two weeks, Western Montana has been hit with some crazy snowfall and intense winds that resulted in tough roads, major snowdrifts and lots of shoveling. Riding shotgun as we cruised over Lookout Pass two weeks ago. Earlier this week, we …