Great Falls is one of those areas in my sales territory that I don’t normally look forward to visiting. The drive is LOONG… It’s a pretty drive, yet LOONG. This time, Martin offered to be my driver for the day, which made the trip so much more enjoyable… actually likable! I was able to really enjoy the gorgeous scenery outside of the car instead of my usual routine of pedal to the metal driving, in hopes of defying my always-late departure from Missoula and making it to my work appointment on time. It was a gorgeous day and I should have stopped and gotten out of the car to take some photos along the Rocky Mountain front (next time). And to really top the trip off, we had a delectable dinner at the home of our dear friends Brian and Shannon, with their adorable almost 3-year old daughter Margo. We really don’t see them nearly enough but every time we do, it’s like we just saw them the week before! On our departure out of town, we stopped to visit a friend of Brian who is starting an organic vegetable farm just outside of Great Falls (which is where I finally took out my camera). Walking into their greenhouse was like walking into the land of Oz… Greens sprouted from their starting containers and baby chicks peeped from their warming hutch. It was a welcome contrast from the chilly day outside! Margo loved watching the chicks scurry around and Finley loved the bright green colored kohlrabi plants. It was a fun way to end our visit to Great Falls. Now, if I can just convince Martin to be my driver more regularly!