The Flathead Beacon reports that two years after artist Myra Messick Simons spent a month working on the edge of Lake McDonald, the scenery of Glacier National Park still renders her speechless. Even when she’s just thinking about it back home, 1,800 miles away in Loveland, Ohio. “It was very powerful. It’s just an amazing place because it’s so wild and rugged,” she said before pausing for a moment. “It’s almost indescribable.” Read the full story here.