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Gallatin Winterscapes

The weather was fantastic as I traveled down the Gallatin Canyon from West Yellowstone to Bozeman, MT yesterday. A fresh blanket of snow left a pristine impression on the landscape.

Smoke? Clouds? Fog? Well, none of these.  The wind was just picking up after fresh snow fell overnight, blowing the snow off the pine needles and creating a drift of snow smoke.

Snow Smoke

But the day wasn’t nearly as grey as the photo above depicts. The sky was a brilliant blue, with scattered clouds to prevent monotony!

On a Clear Day Meandering Jack-fence

As you look outside on a snowy day and admire the beauty of the landscape, you may recall that no two snowflakes have ever been found to be alike. Yet each individual snowflake is only a minute drop of frozen water as it falls to earth. However, many snowflakes together cover the ground and can change the course of things and persons. When you do your best, and join that best with the efforts of other Christians, you will be amazed at what God can do with your combined “bests.”—Author Unknown

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2 responses

  1. I made the same trip this week – what a beautiful drive!

    February 13, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    • That is one of the best trips in Montana, any time of year!

      February 13, 2014 at 10:14 pm

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