As many of you know my wife is a photographer…not like me who just likes to take pictures with my little point and shoot to share things on my blog, she is a professional who actually works with a magazine here in town. I don’t often go with her on her outings to take pictures but this time I was invited and took her up on it. I had been taking pictures of an occasional sunset or two. It’s actually been warmer however it feels really chill especially when the wind comes up but there are times when it’s more than worth it to capture God’s evening picture. Getting an invite to go and take some pictures indoors was kind of nice and I just can’t beat the company of my wife. We used my i-touch to navigate to the little truck stop where we Lovely was to take pictures. It was chilly but not as bad as it could be…I think I’m spoiled from a mostly easy winter…it still feels cold to me. The truck stop is near a little town called Laurel. This is a farming community and you’re never far from the classic things from Montana history…even at gas stations or truck stops. I really do love this state. The truck stop has a little restaurant and a store with various items that I found really interesting. Check out these hand bags: . This place also had some custom made boots that were unlike any I’ve ever seen. There were belts that were really decked out. Some of the items were food or coffee related. The classic combo of course was the bootsand the hats. I am sure some of these things tasted great. I’m a big spice lover and I certainly like coffee so this was a blast for me. Some of this stuff just was about as stereo typical I suppose but I still like it. The boots were on sale. Buy a pair get a cheaper pair free. I thought it was kind of a good idea to have the classic items mixed with more contemporary fashion. How about you? Would you try a pair of these? I have to admit I’m a Montanan but I’ve not had a pair of boots since I was a little kid…not sure I’d ever buy something like this but Lovely thought they were amazing. We finished the photo shoot…the owner and workers there were really nice but it was time to head out to get something to eat at our favorite restaurant. We like to try something new each time we go and this time was no exception. Finally we made it home in time for another sunset. The snow is mostly melted once again but the chill breeze still keeps it cold. I am very glad for our outing…everyone needs that once in a while! Now I’m back behind my familiar viewbut I’m equipped with some new memories…it’s nice! Have a great day!