Aussie thoughts with Erin-Jay

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(EDITOR’S NOTE: New monthly column edition where Erin-Jay not only continues her Aussie Adventures, but has now included an “Aussie Thoughts” opinion column about other news from around the world)

By ERIN JUSSEAUME

Clark Fork Valley Press

Welcome to my new column!

Being that it is the new year I wanted to give you a brief introduction to my column.

As you (the readers) continue to show me how savvy minded you are on a range of topics, let’s now collaborate together.

I want to invite you to send in a “topic’”for me to discuss once a month in the paper as part of my “Aussie Thoughts” column.

This can be anything, it can be getting my opinion on food (because you all know I am a bit of a foodie) or perhaps it could be on road conditions, or travel.

I’m hoping to be able to interact with readers on a different level. Aiming to get some great conversations going and also invigorate inspiration where you may not find it. Don’t worry though, “Montana Aussie Adventures with Erin-Jay” aren’t going anywhere.

So if you have a topic or questions you would like to submit for my “Aussie Thoughts,” just email it through to ejusseaume@vp-mi.com and put Aussie Thoughts in the subject line. Don’t forget to add your name and town you live in.

Enjoy the week ahead and as always … Hoo Roo.

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