One of our resident horses is trying to stay cool in the warm Montana summer sun. We had to capture the moment.
Justin Bieber is interested in trying Glamping. We think he should come to Paws Up!
The 18-year-old millionaire admitted he is intrigued by the idea of glamorous camping as a means to explore his outdoorsy side.
He told this month’s We Love Pop magazine: ”I heard of this thing called Glamping.
”It’s like glamorous camping. You heard of it? It’s GLAM-ping.”
The pop star went on to explain that he thinks the notion is ”cool” because you can have similar luxuries as being at home.
He continued: ”You sleep on a bed. It’s a mattress bed! In a huge tent with TV and everything. You have electricity and stuff but you’re still in amongst the wildlife. It’s pretty cool.”
Despite being a world traveler, the Canadian teenager is still learning about many aspects of life.
He was recently mocked by a U.S. chat show host when he failed to understand that David Letterman meant Michaelangelo’s Sistine Chapel in The Vatican in Rome when referring to potential tattoos for the star.
He answered; ”I’m not going for the 16th chapel look.”
David joked about his misunderstanding: ”Canadian high school!”
Standup comedian, Laurie McDermott, is an award-winning columnist, travel writer and television host. We love her take on glamping.
By Bee-Shyuan Chang
The Resort at Paws Up – Montana
With 2-3 bedroom fully furnished tents that are cleaned twice daily, the experience at The Resort at Paws Up is more like that of a fabulous safari with the prices to match. (From $1,025, including airport and on-property transportation.)
Why Go: It’s the last word in luxury camping–you’ll find the kind of luxe niceties you might see in a Ralph Lauren ad.
Insider Tip: Try your hand at fly-fishing in Blackfoot River before indulging at the resort’s gourmet dining pavilion.
Paws Up was featured on Startle, from Forbes Travel. Click here to read the article.
Paws Up was featured today on Yahoo’s Wanderlust blog as a Top 5 destination for second honeymoons.
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Head to Paws Up for the “Anti-New Year’s Eve” described by Men’s Journal.
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