This is a photo of Mt. Haggin in Anaconda, Montana. As you can see, it has put on a gorgeous dress this morning. Anaconda sits at one mile high in altitude, so this mountain is quite a bit higher.
We have had rain off and on for the last few days. The car windshield collected some "thick" rain a few mornings ago, but out at the lake, we are at 6700 ft.
This is a view of the Pintler range at Georgetown Lake, Montana.
Last year, September in Montana was beautiful; quite remarkable, actually. As of today, it does not look like history will repeat itself. Of course, one has to think back to September 1, 2008, when we had 4 to 5 inches of snow.
Montana weather changes quickly. We have another 6 weeks out here before we head back to Florida, so many changes are still ahead.