1. Where were you and what were you doing at the time? Big Sky, Montana 45.26N 111.36W. Hanging out at an outdoor jacuzzi with clear skies. The skies were so clear that a portion of the Milky Way could be seen. We were facing east and the objects were flying about 85 to 90 degrees above. Six bright blue/white lights at high altitudes were observed. 2. What made you first notice the object? Another person looked up and asked me what were we looking at. 3. What did you think the object was when you first noticed it? The objects were flying too high to be airplanes. Objects flew from north to south north, south to north, and south to west. The last 2 objects were flying in opposite directions going north and south to a point that one of the none believers thought they were going to crash into each other at high altitudes, but it did not happen. We compared 1 airplane north of us flying north east and another airplane south of us going west/southwest. Some people that were witnesses that do not believe in UFO's commented the objects were too high to be airplanes and did not know what the objects were. 4. Describe the object and its actions and motions in detail. Objects flew in a mostly straight line, but would make very small zig zag motions and disappeared with distance. They flew at high speeds and too high to be airplanes. They were bright blue/white and almost the same color of the stars. 5. Describe your feelings, reactions and actions, during and after sighting the object. Amazed what I was witnessing and wishing my cameras worked better under these circumstances. If it was not a UFO, then my only guess would be they were satellites or extreme high altitude military craft activities. We did not think they were commercial air crafts. We witnessed more activity of similar behavior the next day. 6. How did you lose sight of the object? Objects kept flying until they disappear with distance.