March 31, 2022
Well hello folks!
This is Austin Baumgarten with Keller Williams Realty Northwest Montana and Hidden Homes Montana coming to you on vlog day. Today we’re continuing our series on rural property ownership and the extra maintenance and homeowner empowerment you get from owning your own little slice of Montana mountain heaven. For some people clearing, cleaning, chopping, and hauling bits of their beautiful fallen tree limbs into a large burn pile is part of the fun of this type of homeownership. Why do we do it? Well, one big reason, beyond aesthetics, is to help protect your home from forest fires. You’re setting a fire to help prevent a fire.
After all your hard work raking, shoveling, sawing, trimming, and hauling all of that debris, take a break and come on up to The Whitefish Mountain Resort Village on Saturday. Hidden homes is going to be producing another amazing community video at an awesome fundraiser for the Snow Bus. I’m going to head up and shred the mountain in the morning, but I’ll be at the fundraiser interviewing local brewers, venders, and patrons of this annual brouhaha. I’ll make an extra donation for every person that comes to find me for a chance to talk to the camera and tell us what brought you out to support the Snow Bus today.
While you’re in Whitefish, check out live music Saturday night at the Remington and Great Northern. And in Kalispell this weekend is the romantic comedy “Cockeyed” which is being performed both Saturday and Sunday at the Gathering Place in the Gateway Community Center.
Don’t forget to like and subscribe, drop a comment below, and if you have an idea for a Community Video, please give me a call at 406-471-1847.
Have a wonderful week!
Over and out!