Small Foot the movie promotes Heart Sticker's Yeti, Yeti Footprint, and other fun creature stickers. Buy yours today!!
(Photo Credit: www.visitmt.com)
Not long ago, I visited Red Lodge, Montan, and spent some time camping along a river in Glacier National Park. The chiseled mountains rose up from the tracts of conifers and scraped the sky. The physical beauty was, of course, large in my consciousness, but the thing that struck me the most was the mountains. They towered above the landscape. They covered up a large swath of sky. As my eyes took in the glory above, it hit me. For all the sky those magnificent mountains covered up, there was an immense amount of even more sky showing around them.
What struck me then, was the meaning of “Big Sky Country.”
It’s not a slogan.
It’s a fundamental truth of Montana’s character.
The truth of it wrapped around me—360 degrees of big blue sky. This was the inspiration behind the Heart in Montana sticker.
It has an over-sized heart, just like Montana, painted in “Big Sky” Montana Blue.
Are you looking for a place to apply your sticker? Many folks place them on Hydro Flask water bottles, Yeti coolers & tumblers, and Yakima and Thule racks.
Follow your heart, it will lead you home. Or maybe to a Big Sky!
Awendaw Green is a laid back venue 20 miles north of Charleston, South Carolina. If you love music and a beautiful, chill setting, you have to hit Awendaw Green. Only $5 entry fee, every Wednesday 6-10 pm. Bring your own beer!
Think of it as Horning’s Hideout of the Southeast. Four bands play every Wednesday on the back porch of the barn. Hundreds of folks bring chairs, coolers, and a great community. There are vendors and a wood-fired pizza oven. Check out the horns that line the trees around the property.
I was canvassing some stores for "Heart in South Carolina" on Isle of Palm (IOP) and Sullivan’s Island, and everyone I spoke with told me to head up there. I'm stoked I did.
Eddie, the owner of the place, is a dentist by trade and he simply wanted to create a beautiful place for people to come, hang out, listen to music and connect to a community. He nailed it. Another objective was to create a place for bands to play on in the open night air. Now, bands schedule open nights so they can play there. The bands we saw that night were from South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Boston.
Just take Hwy 17 North of Charleston, SC and turn in at the SeeWee Outpost, an awesome store, and follow the camping signs just 100 ft behind the store. If you have a band and you want them to play there, contact Eddie at www.awendawgreen.com