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Pie-cation 2017: Whitefish, Montana

Pie-cation 2017: Whitefish, Montana

Lauren Bolden, Pie Bar

Totally Dreamy. This is on the border of Idaho and Montana, a couple of hours from Whitefish.

Do you remember going to your Grandparent’s house around the holidays and every surface in their home was decorated for Christmas? Garland on the banister, a Christmas tree covered in handmade ornaments, and more Christmas trinkets than you ever thought existed. Nutcrackers, those weird stuffed mice characters dressed in Victorian clothing, and snow globes. Oh, the snow globes. You would wait until all the adults left the room, tip toe over to the mantel, reach up, and grasp a cold, glass snow globe. Peering inside, you would see a tiny mountain town, blanked in tiny snowflakes. The moment you turned it over and back up right again, a winter wonderland would form before your eyes. A mini-blizzard all your own. A feeling of warmth would blossom in your chest and you were suddenly awash with happiness. That is Whitefish. A tiny mountain town in Montana, in your own personal snow globe.