Favorite Travel Quotes

"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts."
-- Mark Twain
Innocents Abroad

"Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey." -- Fitzhugh Mullan

"A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving." -- Lao Tzu

Siskins Mostly Gone But Grosbeaks Still Around

©Bert Gildart: For a while we had dozens of Pine Siskins showing up at our feeder most every day.  Now, about the only consistent species attracted to our feeder is a family of Grosbeaks.  This morning the lighting conditions were fairly good, so I couldn’t resist the temptation to improve my Grosbeak files.

grosbeak (11 of 5) grosbeak (14 of 5) grosbeak (12 of 5)


My stock photo files number in the hundreds of thousands, and we makes sales monthly to a number of outlets.  Such work has kept me busy for over 40 years, and I plan to continue for as long as I can depress a shutter.  Rewards have been many, and as usual, we have plans for some extensive trips starting this fall.


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THIS TIME LAST YEAR:

America the Beautiful.  But You Cannot See it Because it is Shut Down

http://gildartphoto.com/weblog/2013/10/06/america-the-beautiful-but-you-cannot-see-it-its-shut-down


4th ed. Autographed by the Authors

Hiking Shenandoah National Park

Hiking Shenandoah National Park is the 4th edition of a favorite guide book, created by Bert & Janie, a professional husband-wife journalism team. Lots of updates including more waterfall trails, updated descriptions of confusing trail junctions, and new color photographs. New text describes more of the park’s compelling natural history. Often the descriptions are personal as the Gildarts have hiked virtually every single park trail, sometimes repeatedly.

$18.95 + Autographed Copy


Big Sky Country is beautiful

Montana Icons: 50 Classic Symbols of the Treasure State

Montana Icons is a book for lovers of the western vista. Features photographs of fifty famous landmarks from what many call the “Last Best Place.” The book will make you feel homesick for Montana even if you already live here. Bert Gildart’s varied careers in Montana (Bus driver on an Indian reservation, a teacher, backcountry ranger, as well as a newspaper reporter, and photographer) have given him a special view of Montana, which he shares in this book. Share the view; click here.

$16.95 + Autographed Copy


What makes Glacier, Glacier?

Glacier Icons: 50 Classic Views of the Crown of the Continent

Glacier Icons: What makes Glacier Park so special? In this book you can discover the story behind fifty of this park’s most amazing features. With this entertaining collection of photos, anecdotes and little known facts, Bert Gildart will be your backcountry guide. A former Glacier backcountry ranger turned writer/photographer, his hundreds of stories and images have appeared in literally dozens of periodicals including Time/Life, Smithsonian, and Field & Stream. Take a look at Glacier Icons

$16.95 + Autographed Copy












©Bert Gildart: For a while we had dozens of Pine Siskins showing up at our feeder most every day. Now, about the only consistent species attracted to our feeder is a family of Grosbeaks. This morning the lighting conditions were fairly good, so I couldn’t resist the temptation to improve my Grosbeak files.

My stock photo files number in the hundreds of thousands, and we makes sales monthly to a number of outlets. Such work has kept me busy for over 40 years, and I plan to continue for as long as I can depress a shutter. Rewards have been many, and as usual, we have plans for some extensive trips starting this fall.



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