Livingston, Montana. 2009
I was excited to discover Lynn Weaver’s Livingston 365 Project. In 2009, Lynn set out to take a photograph a day of someone, or something, from the town that she loves - Livingston, Montana. I first walked this street in 2000 and one day I dream of calling it home; it was an absolute treat to wander through Lynn’s archive of images.
My top 10 things to do in Livingston, Montana:
- Pickle Barrel: legendary sandwich shop.
- Rib and Chop House: definitely recommend the baseball steak.
- Sax and Fryer: family owned bookstore, wonderful treasure of local literature.
- Coffee Creek Espresso: drive-through coffee, friendly staff, perfect stop before heading to Yellowstone, baking from ‘On the Rise’.
- Livingston Farmer’s Market: home-made lemonade, raspberry-almond pies, handmade jewelry and cards.
- Chatham Fine Art: beautiful lithographs.
- Dan Bailey’s: let their guides show you fly fishing at it’s Montana best.
- Murray Hotel: modern western hotel and and Calamity Jane once stayed here.
- Sport Bar and Grill: brunch or lunch?
- B Civilized: contemporary art, local handmade items, jewelry.