As we get older not many of us are excited to see birthdays come around. One birthday that I will forever be thankful for is Montana's. Today Nov 8th back in 1889 the most beautiful state in the country, as far as I'm concerned, was born.
Calf prices are pretty good right now on average and the same with grain prices, but Democrat policies are killing us. The war on fossil fuels is just the start of our costs to produce and the cost of shipping is up substantially since the election. Property taxes up.
Subsequently, we didn't get checked into our room until a little after eight that night. To our surprise, not only did it have two queen beds. But it also had a little stove, sink, and refrigerator.....which wasn't empty!
We had a couple of choices of milk, some cheese, and even some mayonnaise. How thoughtful.
It was a blessed day with great people, great weather a great venue, and most of all one of the most special people in my life. This wedding just felt different than others. I know it was MY daughter but you can just feel the love and affection that radiates from her.
Imagine tracking down some of your favorite artists, breweries, distilleries, and eateries in Montana- and then enjoying them all in one shot. That's exactly what is taking place in Bozeman once again this year.