Mary Blilie had been at Big Sky Resort in Montana for just one day but had already snapped more photos of her kids than she had in a long time.
Archives for January 2008
You have to hand it to the developers of America’s premier golf communities. No matter what happens to the U.S. real estate market at large, there’s no slowing these guys down. For them, the sky is always within reach….
… #9. Spanish Peaks Big Sky, Montana
Published in the Bozeman Chronicle, January, 2008. In his follow-up book to the bestselling The Automatic Millionaire, David Bach has taken his winning strategies to the next level with The Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, a guide to assist with building wealth through real estate. According to Bach, the plan is quite simple, it works in any market, and it has been thoroughly time tested to work. For years, Americans used their investment dollars in the stock market to grow at a steady pace.
Rarely has so much bounty gone so unplundered as at Big Sky — the biggest place you’ve never skied.
Montana’s Fly Capital
It’s a coin toss between Missoula and Bozeman for the title of best flyfishing town in Montana, but because of its proximity to Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman wins by a nose. Since 1970, Bozeman has blossomed from a sleepy railroad and college town into a western-chic hotspot for tele-commuters, artists, entrepreneurs-and fish junkies.