Whitefish, Montana & Stanley, Idaho, USA

In Montana, the smoke from the wildfires is so thick that everything has an orange glow and I wake up in the morning with a sore throat. There are well over 200,000 acres of wildfire burning in the state right now and even after driving nearly 400 miles south to the Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho, you can still see the orange haze from the fires. It's a strange time. 

After long work days, I have been exploring the quiet, serene lakes and rivers of the Northern Rocky Mountains and relaxing at camp.