Susie Wall


Susie Wall writes from her home in Missoula, Montana. Her parents instilled in her a love of travel and exploration during many family road trips and Sunday drives. Once she outgrew her propensity for car sickness, there was no looking back. After many years spent living in Oklahoma, Florida, and Colorado, Susie and her husband, Dave, drove across the country looking for a forever home in 2007. Thirty states and six months later, Montana won by a landslide. Susie’s writing and photography have appeared in many state and national publications. Her boundless curiosity has led her to write about a variety of topics from food to farming to scat identification, but her favorite subjects continue to be the captivating people and places of Montana.


Susie, you've just had your first book published. Can you tell me how it feels to release this collection of adventures out into the world? What do you hope readers will take away from the book? It feels amazing! I love seeing the

Montana is a big state. REALLY big. So it would seem impossible to put together a book called 100 Things to Do in Montana Before You Die. But that's what Missoula author Susie Wall has been able to do, producing a

Susie Wall describes the Greycliff Mill, located east of Big Timber, off U.S. Interstate 90, as an “interstate oasis,” in her book, 100 Things to Do in Montana Before You Die.


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