by Amanda Guy
Well it's that time of week again! Friday...well Wednesday, but for most of the country, it's somewhat like a Friday, and we're trying to wrap up things here at the Wheelie HQ before heading off for the Holiday weekend with friends and family. It's been a crazy month so far, and with a few short days left until December hits, we've been looking back on the last 11 months of 2015 and thinking about everything that's happened here since ringing in the New Year.
By Amanda Guy
This week, I want to talk about a few of the projects we've been busting out lately. It's been a hell of a fall so far, and we could not be more excited about the projects we have on our docket lately.
The last couple of weeks have been filled with branding projects, extensive map edits, and prepping merchandise for the glorious distillery that will be opening in the near future right here in Whitefish. Our clients have been so much fun to work with, and we're starting to close out 2015 with a bang!
By Dan Hansen, Operations Manager
I’m not really a huge hiker. Don’t get me wrong -- I don’t dislike hiking, and I love seeing some of the beautiful sights and whatever. But on the average summer evening or weekend, you’re much, much more likely to find me exploring something on my mountain bike somewhere. This probably is a bit of the reason that I don’t get over into Glacier National Park as much as I wish I did. I live 45 minutes from the entrance to one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen, but the mix of no bikes on the trails in the park, no dogs allowed, and copious summer crowds to battle usually keeps me away.
Despite my aforementioned reasons, I did manage to squeeze a few rad hikes in this summer in Glacier, and I’m really glad I did. Every once in awhile a friend will get a text message chain going, and we’ll round up a crew for a bike ride or a hike or whatever. So when I received a text message from the normal group to go climb a few peaks in Glacier on the following Saturday, I was like, “heck yeah!” When I heard that our starting point would be Logan Pass, one of the busiest spots in the park, I was less enthusiastic.
By: Lisa Slagle
Thanks, Teton Gravity Research for featuring my most recent article as a TGR Pick. You guys are awesome.
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By Amanda Guy
Have you ever had one of those days where you have a few (and by a "few" I mean like forty) different things, going on? You wake up, you make your coffee, because you know if you don't have coffee you won't want to converse with anyone for another two or three hours, and you sit and think about what you need to take with you. I know we all do this, it's almost like a game.
I've had days where I get home from work and have armloads of objects to take inside from my truck. Only problem I'm facing is that I have a few staircases to climb up, and at this point in the day, I've already gone to work, most likley pedaled my ass of in spin class or ran 4 miles, and I'm just ready to chill.
But you still have to climb up those stairs.
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