Moving to the Bitterroot in 2005 was the best decision for our family. Every day I go outside and marvel at how fortunate we are to live here. I am thankful for all that Western Montana has to offer both indoors and out.
Outdoor activities I enjoy are hiking, hunting, fishing, farmers’ markets, and community events. Driving down new roads and exploring Montana allows me to be outside as much as possible.
Indoors, I like creating in the kitchen with local products. My family and I tour historical sites and attend entertainment options hosted by local venues. These venues could be held at the school for a band or choir concert, the annual talent show, plays written and directed by the students, athletic events, and class presentations. There are plenty of other venues around town that host live music, plays, and events as well.
Besides raising my family, I have been privileged to spend a lot of my time volunteering for various organizations and working alongside fellow community members. These relationships are important, long-lasting, and solid. As an observer of human behavior, I really enjoy getting to know people where they are at in their own lives and moving forward with these new friendships.
As in most small-town areas, running into people you know happens often. In fact, my three children tease me all the time saying, “you know everybody” or “everybody knows you.” Although I do not know everyone, I am continually trying to make my world even richer by investing in people. Taking time to listen to them and catch up on the events happening in their lives.
I love all kinds of music, photography, and spreading joy. I especially love laughing with friends and kicking back around the bonfire under this beautiful big sky.
Sarah Armijo, TouchPoint Properties
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