Famous GiG Quotes
"I have bear spray, and I know how to use it." ~Toni
"Don't make me use my headlamp." ~Katie
"Thank you, Jesus!" ~Catherine
"It's about a mile, mile and a half." ~Gail
"Be brave for 8 seconds, and another 8 seconds..." ~Mary S
"Sticks in the air!" ~Katie
"We're almost there, Girls." ~Susan
"It looked like a black German shepherd."
"We are Sperry tough!"
"One, two, three, four, I can do a little more; five, six, seven, eight, look at me I'm doing great."
"My dogs are talking to me."
"We have our heads in the clouds." ~Katie
"We won't get there if we stand." ~Bonnie
"It looks like we are in an airplane." ~Susan
"We left the baby in the car."- Sue
"I want to go to Lost Lake (easy hike said on the way to the top of Gold Butte)." -~Anita
"Bear grass is bear grass." ~Kuntzie
"We will love her up the mountain."
"What "wall"? All I see is a big rock!"
"Holy--bleep--I mean Larkspur!"
"Don't win a Darwin Award."
"I'm FOMO--'fraid of Missing Out."
~Joan from WoW
"We didn't leave any daylight on the table."
"Grow through what you go through."
"If you want to get high, you have to go up."
"If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
"How deep is your love."
"The proof is in the powder."
"I resemble that."
“There’s no sign that says you have to wear clothes!”~Gail
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We hope that by reading our blog, you will be inspired to join the adventure that is Montana. Whether you love or hate the cold and snow of winter or the dry heat of summer, spending time outside, with nature, can cure what ails the soul.
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if you need help planning your next trip, just use the Contact Page and we would be happy to give you some advice on where to go and what to do.
We may even have room for you on our next hike.
Those who are unable to hike may find seeing our pictures and reading about our trail-hopping an adventure in itself.
Happy hiking to all, no matter your age or the Montana season.