I’m finally back in the saddle. Back in Florida, that is.
Earlier this month I spent 10 days in Montana, and gave myself the ultimate birthday present, driving from one magnificent site to another, while filming an extensive follow-along product I’ll be releasing in June, that totally kicks azz.
Anyway, one of the greatest realities about Montana is you don’t have to drive far to see something spectacular. From the mountain ranges, to the lakes, rivers and streams, you continually drop your jaw in wonderment.
During this trip, after a couple days in and around Billings, I drove to Kalispell, taking the eastern route through Great Falls and East and West Glacier and Hungry Horse. I didn’t see any elk or moose, but Holy Sensations, what great views.
I stayed in Kalispell for six nights, rising early each morning to go to a park and begin filming. The new project generated so much energy that I hardly slept the whole time I was there.
The Montana Mudd Man afternoon burgers helped, along with steak and eggs for breakfast – and, of course, a delicious Cowgirl Coffee latte’.
When I left the Glacier National Park area, I took a different route back to Billings.
As I was headed south toward Missoula, I stopped to text, Jason, a friend who lives in the Missoula area. He invited me to his home, where I spent the night.
I don’t normally stay at other peoples’ homes, and almost always decline requests to do so, but this was no ordinary abode as it sat on 80+ acres, with ponds, a stream, plenty of Ponderosa Pines… oh, and a stimulating view of the Rocky Mountains.
The next morning, I was up at 5:30 AM to shoot a silent video of myself exercising. Although I didn’t say a word, the ducks, geese, hawks and other birds were singing up a storm, making the video a masterpiece.
After a quick shower I thanked Jason for his hospitality and off I went toward Salmon, Idaho, which was supposed to be two hours and fifteen minutes away. But I took my time, getting out of my truck to shoot photos and videos along the way.
Once I reached Salmon, I immediately went to a park by the river, and filmed another silent segment. I had already recorded seven days worth of guided instruction, so now it was high time I shut up and let others follow along while they tune into nature at a deeper level.
Following this, I pulled up at a breakfast dive, ordered my obligatory steak with six eggs (there’s no better breakfast steaks than those in Montana and Idaho). Thankfully the waitress didn’t ask me any questions when I relayed my order, then added, “No bread. No toast. No hash browns. No fries. No grits. No oatmeal. None of that. Just steak and eggs.”
After breakfast I headed east on what Google maps described as a “secondary highway.”
I envisioned this secondary highway as a two-lane road, which it was. But I didn’t expect nearly 40 miles of dirt and loose gravel roads, with almost zero vehicles coming my way, and nearly zero people living in the area. Definitely not a place where you want to have car problems.
Well, I got through those dirt roads. Then I sped past Dillon, stopped in Butte, momentarily, to gas up and grab a polar bear latte’ (made with huckleberries and a bit of white chocolate).
Then I got on I-90 and headed east.
I didn’t stop in Bozeman, aka Boz-angeles. Not this time anyway. Instead, I drove all the way to Billings.
Even though the new course was finished days earlier, while I was in Kalispell, I was still on a roll. I got up the next two mornings, went to some other pristine places and continued to knock out silent segments.
That’s where I’ve been up to the last couple weeks. And now, after a couple days of rest, I’m back at it.
By the way, the new product will be an extensive and advanced 7-day (plus bonuses) “follow me” course. It will be available in June.
In the interim, make sure you are learning from and using my introductory Power Postures program.
You’ll need it in order to qualify for the advanced course, as well as the LIVE training I will be having this fall.
Power Postures is the prerequisite for the other material, and it WILL help you…
Kick ass and Take Names…
at a whole new LEVEL.