10 things newcomers learn after moving to Montana
|December 14, 2016||View for printing|
Montana is a great place. The people are a lot warmer than the average temperature. The scenery is amazing. The fishing, boating and skiing are world-class. The history is profound.
I moved here from San Diego at the beginning of January, and when I came, I knew very little of that. All I knew was that Montana was cold, and there was lots of ice and snow around to remind me of it.
Since I arrived, I've acclimated pretty well. But I don't feel 100 percent like a local yet, so I feel uniquely qualified to share the fun little discoveries many of us who have moved into this big, cold, fascinating place experience upon arrival.
Here's a short list of 10 things many out-of-towners learn quickly after moving to Montana.
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