Take a road trip for your health.

Well we got out of town for a road trip to Bozeman to pick up Connor.  It was quick, leaving Wednesday night and back late Saturday night.

The best thing about getting away even for a quick few days is to experience something different.  Bozeman lays in the valley between 2 mountain ranges.  It’s incredible waking up to sunshine and 30 degrees knowing it’s going to warm up to 75 and sunny by the afternoon.

Bridger mountains just outside Bozeman

I took breath taking mountain climbs up ot the “M” which you can see from anywhere in town.  It’s a quick 15 minute climb but your heart rate gets maxed out.   A great way to start your day.

Selfie climbing mountain atop Bozeman

Getting away and doing something different is good for the brain.  I always have an appreciation of what I have here and am grateful for being able to live and serve people here in the upper St. Croix Valley.

If you ever head out to to Montana make sure you check out Bozeman.  It has much to offer.  The downtown is great with historic buildings and a touch of the cowboy country.  The Montana State University campus is incredible.  Our son Connor loves it and we will be headed back in mid august to drop him off.

Montana State University Bobcats!

I would highly recommend this University.  It has much to offer and if you love the outdoors at all this place has it all.

The downtown co-op is incredible.  Great coffee shop and juicing smoothies bar upstairs.  You can sit here have a coffee is you like and look out over the mountains.

Co-op coffee house

I’m fresh and ready to serve you to the best of my abilities.  I’m doing a ton of weight loss right now.  If you need assistance I can help you out.  As you get healthier the weight comes off big time.  It’s a process, but the work you put into it pays huge dividends  with time.  Once you go on this diet you will never want to go back to the old way of eating and living.

It’s going to be nice out this week so get out and cheer our local high school athletes on.

Until next week, Mary and I are here to serve you and our community with passion, love, and expertise in healing.  Dr. E

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