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Glacier Park and Lemon Doughnuts

Glacier National Park, a gem of the National Park system (there are many), put on a beautiful display for visitors this weekend. I escaped my writing cave for a much-needed recharge, to drive and walk around the park. I added all the new images to the Montana Photo Gallery.

Sunday afternoon found me in the kitchen were I tried out a lemon doughnut recipe from a Country Living UK magazine. They were delicious! I modified the recipe slightly, but have some more tweaks to make before sharing it on the website. They did turn out pretty, though.

Mondays are always a busy business day. I like to get less-than-fun tasks completed and out of the way so I can enjoy the week. I'll be getting to all that now, followed by writing time with the Gallaghers. A trip to Glacier always sparks something for one of the Montana stories.

Now, if you follow the blog, you'll notice that this Monday did not deliver an Upbeat Authors post. Due to a lot of factors making my writing and business schedule crazier than usual, and Monday postings at The Captivating Quill for both my alter-egos, I will not be blogging regularly with Upbeat Authors posts. However, you can visit the page where I have only those posts and a gallery of graphics past, present, and future. The gallery will be added to ongoing, and most of the graphics shared online each Monday.

I hope you continue to search out the #UpbeatAuthors hashtag on social media, and help the authors share positive thoughts.

Be well, be kind, and stay bookish!


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MK McClintock
Author. Storyteller. Poet. Baker.  Mountains are my happy place. Nice to meet you! When I'm not writing and making stuff up, I bake, garden, explore, decorate, and so much more. Thank you for visiting, and I hope you enjoy your stay!


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