Miscellaneous Ramblings

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Idaho Leads Nation – US population shifts: Which states are fastest growing and which lost residents last year?

The states that are growing the fastest tend to share some common characteristics that make them attractive to new residents and young families.

When I’m Gone – Dear son, If you’re reading this, I’m dead. I’m sorry.

I wrote these letters for you. You must not open them before the right moment, OK? This is our deal.

Don McMillan explains the difference between a Geek and a Nerd in this funny video.

He makes some good points about the everyday technology that we use like printer ink and usb devices.

US Population Growth Down 1/3 in 5 Years, California Down 85%?

This was driven by a decline in the natural growth rate (births minus deaths), which fell from 1,461,000 in 2011 to 957,000 in 2019.

Thank you – A Wish and a Request from MATR 2020 – What Do You Think?

What started as a “dare” (thanks Steve and Glen) to see if more networking and collaboration could be combined with promoting all that is and will be in Montana has become a well read archive of Montana’s economic potential.   It wouldn’t be what it is without you.  Thank you

What One Word Do You Need to Embrace in the Year Ahead?

One word is a lot more do-able than a laundry list of resolutions that fade within weeks.

‘Montana – The Lay of the Land’ by Ed Kemmick – Great Christmas Gift

Check out this new book from Ed Kemmick, featuring stories from the Last Best News.

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Rendezvous 2020 – 6/4-6 – Missoula, Montana

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is the voice for our wild public lands, waters and wildlife. 

Owners of world’s most outrageous car collections include Ralph Lauren, Floyd Mayweather

Their collections feature supercars from European automakers and often come with sticker prices in the six and even seven figure range. These cars, made by companies like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren, are built for speed.

Ten things everyone from the Hi-Line knows to be true

Ah, the Hi-Line, that stretch of Highway 2 from the North Dakota border to Glacier National Park. To the people who live there, it’s a beautiful mistress, with sparse beauty, open vistas and mile-long views.