Summer’s end.

They say Montana summers are short, but looking back on a Lion’s Ridge summer puts that saying to shame.  A short two months ago we were celebrating the arrival of the first flowers of the year.  The Glacier Lilies in the photo above are the first to break the soil and welcome summer sunshine.  Now, as fall approaches, we mourn the end of a bumper Huckleberry crop and reflect on the bountiful kingdom harvest of one summer at Lion’s Ridge.

We’ve had the opportunity to  see many hearts changed and over the next few months we will share some of those stories.  We will also use this fall season to offer a few of the lessons learned at Lion’s Ridge.  Stay tuned, our season of serving you doesn’t end when the leaves start to turn colors.

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