July 2oth was my 26th wedding anniversary. My husband Randy and I decided to take off and go camping for three days and visit some nearby lakes.
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I picked up a new cell phone right before my trip so I spent a little bit of time playing with my camera. I have to be honest I gave myself a technology break. I used my phone on a limited basis and did not read or blog or anything else. Sometimes you need to take a break and get out in mother nature and enjoy her beauty being as present as you can possibly be. It is very rejuvenating!
One of the marinas at Seeley Lake Montana
Lindey’s Hamburger stand is located through the entry way shown below. You walk down a steep path that leads you to the lake. You can order your food to go and sit and eat in on one of the many benches provided for a nice lunch or dinner near Seeley lake.
As you can see after a few days of camping we get pretty wild and woolly looking. Notice I’m not in the picture 🙂 Randy on day three playing around in the little boat we rented. Our favorite lake – hidden lake. Don’t ask where it’s at I can’t tell you, it wouldn’t be hidden anymore. 🙂 Let me just tell you this…there are no signs..you have to know exactly where to go…it’s free…has a bathroom and you rarely have to share it. My kind of lake!
On the way to our campsite we stopped at a creek to let the dogs cool off.