Clips Archives - Page 5 of 14 - TravelingMel


Skiing like a king

Tucked in the trees, about 100 yards from U.S. Highway 89, sits the Kings Hill cabin. Unless, you’re looking for it, it’s easy to buzz right past. If you do, you’ll miss out on one of the best Forest Service cabins around. The Kings Hill cabin is nestled into lodgepoles on the Lewis and Clark …

Skiing like a king Read More »

From Bangkok to Bozeman

When Pam Mongkolpla moved to Bozeman from Bangkok to attend high school, she didn’t imagine she’d be in the same town, running two Thai restaurants, 16 years later. In 1997, Mongkolpla followed her brother to Mount Ellis Academy, a Seventh-day Adventist boarding high school just east of Bozeman at the foot of the Gallatin Mountains. …

From Bangkok to Bozeman Read More »

Nature’s Playground

Not a lot of kids can say they outgrew their climbing harness, mountain bike, hiking boots and waders all in the same year. The outdoors are beckoning, and Bozeman kids are flying down the mountain at Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and Moonlight. They are hiking up Drinking Horse Mountain, playing in Bozeman Creek, passing you …

Nature’s Playground Read More »

The Pearl Cafe is a perfect blend of sophisticated French cuisine and elegant atmosphere

Walking into the Pearl Cafe in Missoula feels like walking into a restaurant in the French countryside. There’s soft music, soft lighting, and gentle colors. There are no televisions or phones-nothing to distract from the experience. The waiters are friendly, not formal, offering a people-pleasing style of service. In other words, it’s inviting. “I’m hoping …

The Pearl Cafe is a perfect blend of sophisticated French cuisine and elegant atmosphere Read More »

TravelingMel is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to,, Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of, Inc. or its affiliates.

Scroll to Top