Inside Foundant – the Blog

Summer in Bozeman

The summer in Bozeman is short so we try and get out as much as possible. While my husband was under the weather over the weekend the boys and I headed for the “M” trail which is about a three minute drive from the Foundant office. The M represents, Montana State University. Here is a picture of my boys, Casey (10) and Riley (7). As well …     Continue Reading »

Going to the Dogs…

If you happened to drop by the Foundant office you’d likely see some of our four-legged “staffers”.  Several of our team members have canine friends that join us in the office on occasion to enrich our environment.  Below you’ll see Michelle Ough with Christmas, Raymond Burket with dogs Harper and Nell, Mark Larimer with Mojo, and Daren Nordhagenwith Maggie.

4th of July Camping Photos

In Montana most of us live for the 60 days of summer weather.  We usually plan a camping trip for the three day 4th of July weekend and this year we took our camper to the Centennial Mountains on the border of Montana & Idaho.  Glacier National Park is more spectacular and Yellowstone has all its crazy and interesting sites but the Centennial Valley is truly …     Continue Reading »

Vacation in North Carolina

My family and I recently traveled the friendly skies to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It was a much awaited vacation due to the long, wet, cold spring we have had in Bozeman. Fortunately, the weather in Bozeman has been ideal since we returned. My father-in-law has a house on the Albermarle Sound which is just across the bridge from the Outer Banks. We …     Continue Reading »

Skiing in June in Montana

Montana has strange weather.  It is not uncommon for us to talk about the weather because it tends to be so unconventional.  This year’s weather has been particularly unusual. As an example, I wanted to share my Father’s Day Adventure from last weekend.  I went skiing!  No, not water skiing but downhill, on natural snow, skiing. A friend of mine has made it a tradition …     Continue Reading »