“I’m in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with Montana it is love. And it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.”
Oh Pony, how we love thee, let us count the ways! We are so very thankful to live in Pony, Montana. While there might only be 200 residents, our tiny town has a lot to offer. This post only features a few nature aspects of why Pony is awesome. In future posts we will highlight other themes such as photo ops and things to do. Here are a few things that make us love Pony, and why we think it is the best spot for any type of celebration!
1.) THE VIEWS! The spring time flowers and fresh green grass is pristine and beautiful, perfect for photos and just plain great to look at. The Summer months are just as breathtaking, with a number of lakes and streams near-by to enjoy nature while out and about. Then there is Fall!! Lets talk about fall for a minute! The colors are a perfect mix of red, orange and yellow! When the leaves change in town and you're on the dirt road, you seriously feel like you are in a scene from a book! Nothing beats the views in and around small town Pony, Montana. Even the winters are gorgeous!
2.) THE SUNSETS!! We have not shared may pictures of sunsets with you on our Facebook page, and as of right now we aren't quite sure why, because they are breath taking, as most Montana Sunsets are! The light reflecting off of the snowy mountains are the most vivid colors! Any couple would be excited to have a wedding photo with a Montana Sunset, but if you happen to have one with a Pony, Montana Sunset you are LUCKY!
Not completely sold on how amazing our sunsets are? Here is a look at a Bride and Groom who happened to catch a photo with a late night sunset shots on their big day in Pony.
3.) ANIMALS!! While we admit that this is not a MUST have in a wedding venue, it is a must have for a small town!! Anywhere you look there are animals, some domestic and some wild!! We always feel blessed to walk out of our front door and see deer grazing in the field nearby, or a herd of cattle being driven past our house to head out for summer pasture. The variety of animals remind you of how secluded and intimate the town of Pony really is!