Not much is happening here in Missoula.
Now that the special election is over there’s not a lot of political news.
The state’s fiscal year-end will be coming up in a month, and shortly after that many state agencies will cut jobs.
Just one consequence of the 2017 Legislature.
Anyways, you can expect to see fewer posts on this site as summer gets started.
I do hope to do some more travel posts, as I want to hike up to quite a few waterfalls this summer.
You might remember some previous posts, like Welcome Creek, Holland Falls, and Glen Lake.
Yesterday one of my odd jobs took me out to Alberton, and I pulled over and took a few photos of the Clark Fork making its way through.
Boy it’s nice out!
I’m doing a lot of spring cleaning and chores around my house.
My wife and son are in New York right now and will be gone until mid-June.
I don’t have a lot of money and I’m not working a whole lot, but I do hope to get out and about.
Maybe it’s even time to go and meet some political types around the state and ask their opinion on what’s happening with Democrats.
Gas doesn’t cost that much, so it’s doable.
Even heading to UM and talking to a few professors might make an interesting post.
But again, there’s not a lot going on politically…and I don’t care much for talking about Tester and ’18 just yet.
We do know that Gianforte will likely be sworn in around June 6 or so, which is when Congress gets its lazy butt back in session.
Again, something I don’t much care to think on.
For now, just focus on having a good holiday and a wonderful start to summer!