Missoula writer Ednor Therriault (Bob Wire) chronicles bizarre Montana
Montana is Big Sky Country. We get it. We live it. Pretty mountains, azure lakes. Been there, done that. But have you been to the full-scale replica of Stonehenge in Fortine, or seen the world’s shortest river, or rested your eyes upon the stuffed and mounted remains of the world’s largest steer?
Ednor Therriault has. And in his new book, "Montana Curiosities," http://www.amazon.com/Montana-Curiosities-Characters-Roadside-Oddities/dp/0762743026 the Missoula writer and musician (who often works under the stage name Bob Wire) shares his findings of all that’s bizarre under the Big Sky.
Samples from ‘Montana Curiosities’ http://missoulian.com/article_c2c2ea4c-6d36-11df-bb91-001cc4c03286.html
By JOE NICKELL of the Missoulian
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