HF: Montana-stachey-views

Montana has it —
Purple mountains majesty
They say “God’s Country”

The majestic mountains woo me, I luv the scenery outside my front door.

Ian is on the left


Live here long enough
And you’ll look like the locals
Well, if you’re a man


Here’s Bryan’s theory
Only cops and firemen
Wear this kind of ‘stache

Haiku Friday

You’ll be happy to know all these, bar the first one, are my shots.
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22 responses to “HF: Montana-stachey-views

  1. a mountain view out your front door is a wonderful thing!!

  2. Oh my gosh, that is some seriously gorgeous scenery!

  3. Note to self: make Montana next after Scotland.

    Even better stuff, my lady.

  4. Wow! Makes me want to move there. That is quite a view you have out of your front door. Beautiful!

  5. God, I love the mountains! We might be neighbors someday!! Michael would move to Montana in a heartbeat, if I said so.

  6. fantastic pictures! what a great place to live. your last two posts have me itching to travel!

  7. Great geography lesson. Now I’m even more determined to get to Montana.

  8. what about men who ride choppers, they have that kind of moooostash

  9. i think you should try for one of those staches. i can’t believe that’s out of your window! amazing!

  10. How beautiful! It makes me want to move to the country. Well almost. I’m a city girl at heart 🙂

  11. Condo Blues: I’m a city girl too. It took about 10 months for me to feel like I wanted to be here, now I prefer it — provided we never leave and go to Scotland again, that is…

  12. You don’t see mountains like that in Scotland, do you? And you never really see anyone living in the Glens either… When I go to Utah or through Montana I feel really far from home because of the scenery. It is beautiful though.

  13. I really enjoyed your pictures!

  14. incredibly beautiful!!!! what wonderful views!

  15. Those moutains are fabulous! I used to live near the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, I really miss them. *sigh*

  16. Wow! Beautiful!

    We live in the Sonoran Desert at the base of the Santa Rita mountains. The mountains are an anchor to me!!

    Thanks for the great post!

  17. Truly breathtaking…The snow photo looks like a postcard 🙂

    LOL at the stache 😉

  18. I always think it’s strange that even though I ive directly north of Montana I’ve never been there. Should really renew my passport and go. Though I think I am protesting having to have a passport to cross between the States and Canada. Only hurting myself of course!

  19. I love those photos of the mountains! So gorgeous!

  20. Great pictures! Obviously there aren’t any mountains in Glasgow, but luckily you don’t have to travel too far to see some great scenery.

  21. Wow! Gorgeous! Can’t say I see great scenery like that in the Chicago suburbs…

  22. Loving the photos/….also see you have a new head shot…wondering if this is before or after you slept funny on the pillow???

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