In northern Montana, along a beautiful road south of Glacier National Park is a little slice of heaven known as the Bear Creek Guest Ranch. With mountains outlining the horizon, the Bear Creek Guest Ranch is a historic bed and breakfast with horseback riding adventures, cattle drive vacations, and a collection of private cabins. This accommodation is a short drive of under 40-minutes from the West Glacier entrance of the national park and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful natural areas I’ve ever seen.
Weddings are often said to be “the best day a couple’s entire life” so that people spend days and nights in preparation and planning for a perfect wedding. If next to the bride and groom, the cake is important, the wedding photographer is equally a salient point to be considered in planning a wedding. The wedding photographer is the most essential staff on that day because he captures all the important moments that will happen that day.
The count ebbed day by day, and with each mile we explored, the numbers piled up. But one major sight eluded us until the final day of our trip out west.
People travel for different reasons. For me, I travel to expand my mind, my senses, and my understanding, as well as to experience beauty I would otherwise miss out on completely if I were still sitting at home. It’s the natural wonders and the wildlife that drive me when I travel, and so when my wife Leah and I ventured from Ohio to Wyoming, we set out with one goal in mind… To see as much wildlife as we could.
Among the most visited places in the world is Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, and for good reason. Not only is it packed with natural beauty, geothermal wonders and is a window into wildlife and ecosystems that no longer exist across the country as they once had, but the park is absolutely stuffed with tourists. So much so, that surrounding towns have been transformed over time from the tourism, like that of Island Park, Idaho.
A short drive north from Yellowstone is the lovely little town of Big Sky, which is nestled in the mountains of Montana, sandwiched between the legendary parks of Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. My wife Leah and I toured Grand Tetons, Yellowstone and Glacier parks last month and we took an evening and ventured north from our Yellowstone campsite to Big Sky, where we had the pleasure of experiencing a truly great restaurant.
Herbal medicines have been around since the dawn of time. Plants are the original medicines and humans have evolved with the substances they create. Only recently in the past two hundred years have things changed with how we approach healing ourselves. Pharmaceuticals are a new invention, and one that many of us are learning come with a price. Many modern medications have seem to cause more side effects than the originally intended ailment caused. Others cause much worse and sometimes irreversible damage to the body and mind of the patient.
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