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Smokejumper Center Honors History of Madmen Jumping into Fires
Posted Thursday, August 14 @ 09:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Just west of Missoula, Montana, along the Interstate-90 corridor, drivers may notice signs for the Smokejumper Visitor Center. The name is a bit puzzling until you learn that itís exactly what it sounds like Ė people jumping from planes into flames Ė and then the whole profession itself becomes the puzzle. I know Smokey says "Only you can prevent forest fires," but these people take that catch phrase WAY too seriously.

No Trip Complete Without Sleepover in the Slammer
Posted Sunday, August 10 @ 23:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Throughout our 5-plus weeks in Montana, weíve stayed everywhere from mountain top resorts to the lows you scrape a rung below the Motel 6, and no place left an impression on us quite like the 1880s Ranch in Anaconda, Montana. It wasnít just a neat location, it was handily the best lodging experience in all of Montana.

Zoo Montana Best In, If Not By, 500 Miles
Posted Saturday, August 09 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Dominic
Our editorial board has seen zoos in Shanghai, San Francisco, Seattle, and probably other places for all I can be bothered to recall, so it takes a bit to impress us. The zoo in Billings, Montana did impress us, even if it didnít knock our collective socks off. Itís a nice place, and a good value, but donít get too giddy just yet.

Poultry-Themed Baseball All the Rage at Osprey Park
Posted Friday, August 08 @ 23:00:00 PDT by Brendan
If you live in a city with a wide selection of professional sports, you may think of minor league games as little more than events that make parking difficult at unpredictable times for no good reason, but in pro-sports deprived cities, it can be a lot of fun. Businesses get behind it to do promotions and giveaways and attendance is strong. The people are there for the fun of it, not because theyíre obsessive about baseball, but they do cheer for well-turned plays.

Deer Lodge Car Museum Floors Parents, Kids, Cars Alike
Posted Thursday, July 31 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
For those of you late to our Perplexing games, let me take you back some years and tell you that, until just last year, we were a family of journalists entrusted with the noble duty of testing out cars for the media. It wasnít an easy job, but the benefits were amazing. So I think I speak with the bare minimum authority when it comes to cool cars, and this place had them all over.

Elk Country Visitor Center Welcomes Amerigrants
Posted Wednesday, July 30 @ 01:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Iím not familiar with the country of Elk, but Iím not familiar with my own country either, no matter how much of it Iíve traveled, so I wonít try to make like Iím some geographical prodigy or anything. Iíll just tell you that we didnít need passports to visit Elk Country, and the visitorís center was worth ten times the suggested donation, and even that was only a suggestion.

New Influx of Readership Begs Renewed Questions
Posted Tuesday, July 29 @ 23:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I know weíve begged the question before, but not in years, and our latest round of review articles has pushed our onsite traffic to all-time highs, and as kind as search engines have been for us, the increased readership is all organic. So I have to ask, who are you new readers, or are you just the same people coming back more often?


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