But it was a fun trip.
Two flights out. Two flights back. Both with connecting flight in Denver. Whatever desire I had for flying ahead of time has been entirely extinguished. It'll be road-tripping for this gal for awhile now. Not that I don't enjoy flying. I was accustomed to direct flights. But 4 flights in 3 days can be a killer, I've found.
Overall the trip was a good time. Beautiful scenery to enjoy, and just enough free time to wander around some. I didn't get to go as far as I would have liked because of the rental Toyota Corolla (it certainly wasn't the Jeep), but I still got to some places off the beaten path.
The job didn't work out for a few reasons. The biggest issue was that my training as a therapist, and their training are at opposite ends of the spectrum. I was taught to approach the technique in a far different way than they were. This may be because the state of Montana was not a licensed state until just this past July... so up until then, any/all types of training were acceptable - even if it was poor training. Because of all this, I didn't have the technique that they wanted... nor was I comfortable working in that kind of environment because it wasn't something I was familiar with. There was no bitterness on either side - I was really appreciative for the opportunity to interview with them, and they were happy to have me there.
And it was kind of a fun way, albiet expensive, to kill 3 days. :o)
Bozeman, MT airport
Hwy 191 between Bozeman and Big Sky
Stupid little rental car...
Lone Mountain in Big Sky
Mountain Village - Big Sky
Soldiers Church in Big Sky
Taken from forest service roads