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Deer Lodge Has Prison Museum Genre Locked Down
Posted Friday, July 18 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Any traveler of the Interstate-90 corridor through Montana will surely see signs for the Deer Lodge Prison Museum Complex, assuming they have eyes in their heads and some amount of brain connected to it. Personally I canít read, but I have people who do that for me so I was keenly aware these billboards existed from the time I hit the state line, and so I count myself in the know. The complex is much more than that, but the Prison Museum is the heart, and if you miss it, youíre really missing it.

Seeley Lake A Fine Stop Off Near Nowhereís Middle
Posted Thursday, July 17 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
If youíre driving through Montana and you want to see something interesting, the first thing you have to do is pull off the highway. If that doesnít satiate your appetite, you may need to stay off the highway and start cutting around the state, as we did. That isnít exactly how we found the historic city of Seeley Lake, but it was a fair enough excuse to be so far off the beaten path that we ourselves needed to beat.

Grizzly Encounter Has Bears On Display, Specifically Two
Posted Wednesday, July 16 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When youíre driving east from Bozeman, Montana, the first real attraction youíll find along Interstate-90 is quite a grizzly encounter. Iím not passing judgment, thatís what itís called, the Grizzly Encounter. They buy billboards by the boatload, but donít tap into the state tourism web site, so itís an easy one to miss if you donít have eyes while driving, but itís there nonetheless.

Fairmont Hot Springs Doesnít Disappoint, Appoint
Posted Tuesday, July 15 @ 10:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Of all the hotels, motels, cabins and lodges that boast their goods across the Montana touristscape, few do so with as many claims to demi-fame as the Fairmont Hot Springs. Itís a historic site conveniently located along Interstate-90 (near Anaconda, with highway billboards for miles around), and it really is a historic hot springs. From there, however, donít get your hopes up too high.

Mountain-Sized Park Slide Best Reported from Safe Distance
Posted Friday, July 11 @ 15:00:00 PDT by Dominic
The town of Anaconda in Montana has tarnished a bit since the close of the world class smelter operation some years back. The classic homes are still there, and its history is richer for the journey, but today tourists make up a good part of the cityís plan. Thatís why they built the Copper Chute Slide, however, I canít help but think, "Smelter? thatís a funny word."

Dragon Hollow Easily the Tallest Playground Ever
Posted Thursday, July 10 @ 22:00:00 PDT by Dominic
In the heart of the coolest part of Missoula, Montana, and I assure you such a place can and does exist, is a playground park like no other Iíve ever seen. When I say itís the tallest playground ever, I am so beside myself I canít possibly be expected to back it up with facts or figures.

Missoula Carousel Makes Merriment in Go-Roundish Fashion
Posted Wednesday, July 09 @ 10:00:00 PDT by Brendan
In 1988 a man had a vision. It wasnít of sugar plums, as you might expect, but of an authentic, old-timey carousel ride in his hometown of Missoula, Montana. Spoiler alert: he made his vision big enough for a whole city and now they have A Carousel for Missoula, it's a carousel like none other in the world.


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