Badger Pass, Montana

June 30th, 2012: Cattle being herded down the road.

Cowboy doing the herding!

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8 thoughts on “Badger Pass, Montana

  1. There’s still a lot of space in this country–your pictures really bring that home. And along with all that space, people with time to be friendly!

  2. Walt Deverell

    I spent a year in Havre Montana. I’m now remembering why Montana is known as Big Sky country.
    Roll on, Skip & Molly.

  3. Mary McGuire

    I think I’ve caught up with your posts – fabulous pictures capturing that landscape and mood. You two are pretty remarkable, and inspiring.

  4. Mary McGuire

    Wait – not inspiring enough for me to do what you’re doing! I want to be clear about that… 🙂

  5. Stuart Christhilf

    Skippy,– w/ Janice, Faith, Frank, David and Beth last night. Oddly, your name came up? With your bride’s direction found your website, including all the wining about climbs. Wait until you get to Beartooth Pass [11,00 feet]. Of course Davey Warfield and I zipped right over — no problem! In serious, sounds like a great trip, I’m envious.
    Have been talking to Jack a lot. Very tough road on two counts, but he will make it!
    You and Molly keep trucking.
    All the best,
    Stu

  6. Ann Teaff

    Skip and Molly: I am so glad to see new postings. I was worried something happened. All looks fabulous. Love to you both. Don and Ann McPherson

  7. Robin Webster

    Great documention Molly – be safe and give Rain Forrest a hug for me.

  8. jack fife and jack darrel

    jack fife and jack darrel together 4th of july weekend and now heading to raquette. enjoying your trip? Love- jack and jack

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