You found your way to Great Falls, Montana, now what do you do? Here are a few of my picks. For the history buff, Great Falls is home to 10 museums. Yes, 10! And for a city of 59,000 residents, that is rather impressive.
The Hidden Moose Lodge had a plethora of books for you to browse through. I picked up a book on camping spots and no lie, the first page I turned to was for camping at Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park. I wasn't planning on stopping at Glacier at this point in my Montana adventure, but...Read more
The sound of footsteps woke me up; it was early morning, dawn had not broken. I couldn't see who/what it was as I had the tarp over the hammock to shield me from the nights' rain. I lay motionless. I could feel my knife on my right hip, my can of wasp spray above my...Read more
There is a farmers market on the outskirts of Atlanta, called Your Dekalb Farmers Market, and I am a huge fan of farmers markets. I love the fresh organic produce and baked goods, but this place blew me away. You will spend at least an hour browsing the enormous meat/seafood section and discover meats...Read more