Tanner, Beckett, and I left to go hiking in search of the perfect piece of driftwood for my herb drying rack that will hang above our kitchen table. The driftwood will hang from two oxidized copper pipes. We're distressing them ourselves using hard boiled eggs. Tutorial coming soon!
The foliage here is AMAZING. There are so many different types of plants and so much moisture that EVERYTHING is green. It smells like dirt and rain even with the sun out.
We hiked along the bank of the Bull River and I found the perfect piece of driftwood right away. We decided to keep going though...the mystery of what's around the corner is just too enticing!
We stopped at an old forest service cabin that had been torn down, only leaving the foundation and a bench by the water. We sat and talked about how we'd love to move back to Montana...oh how I hope it happens SOON! The air is crisp and refreshing. My mom says you could bottle and sell it...I think she's right.
It was an incredible day full of nature and coversation and family bonding. Montana is magical. Have you ever visited Montana?? Have a blog post about Montana? Post it in the comments!!
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