Missoula

It’s been a good week or so on the road in Missoula. Things are coming together with the new job, and I’m enjoying being in Missoula as much as I can. Work has been a bit demanding on the mental capacity, but has been pretty great. We worked through the weekend, and I think we’re about as ready as we can be to get everyone up to speed on the project next week. I’m thinking there will be lots of long days and travel time in my future.

Missoula has been awesome. It’s funny how small this town feels after living in a larger town like Boise for a few years. Driving around with minimal traffic has been a welcome relief, and walking around downtown with friends feels so mellow compared to the hustle and bustle of downtown Boise. I’m sure Missoula will get busier as the college crowd moves back in, but for it’s quiet and enjoyable. I still love it here, but as the summer rolls by and autumn draws near I’m getting more excited about what life may bring me in Boise. I think I’m finally going to be able to settle in to my job for a few years without constantly wondering what’s coming next. I’m excited to get to know Boise and the surrounding areas a bit better than I have.

I’ve got some blog ideas bouncing around, but until I get my feet under me in the new job, and back to a more settled schedule I’ll probably have to settle for occasional updates.

Until next time…

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About Justin Vernon

Fire and Aviation Specialist (aka jack of all trades) for the US Forest Service, based in Boise, Idaho. I'm also an amateur photographer, wanna-be writer, tech aficionado, and a classic introvert who values quiet time as much as I do the mountains and people of the Pacific Northwest. All opinions voiced are mine alone and do not represent those of the US Forest Service.
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