David Livingston wrote:cool things about Montana - one assumed you were talking about the weather
Lynne Smith wrote:Can anyone tell me how reasonable the rent is there?
I would love to move there and so would my daughter. She is disabled and on a low income. She is also diabetic . Do they have any good diabetic and endocrinologists there ?
How reasonable is the land per acre?
Any help would be appreciated.
Missoula ranked No. 1 in SmartAsset’s most “fitness friendly” places for the third consecutive year – a nod to the city’s walkable design, its array of healthy eating choices and its abundance of workout options, be it the gym or a hike up Mount Sentinel.
The increasing number of travel options out of Missoula International Airport resulted in a net reduction in local ticket prices in 2018, saving Missoula passengers roughly $2.8 million, according to U.S. Department of Transportation statistics.
Terry Waller wrote:Two other cool things about Montana. My 1999 Gibson Southern jumbo and countless other Superior acoustic guitars were made in Bozeman.
The second thing, Martha Scanlan is from there and currently works as a ranch hand and resides on a ranch. Sorry for those of you that may not know, but this is music stuff. Martha Scanlan is a very fine singer and songwriter and she was the creative driving force behind Real Time Travelers.
Jeannette Rankin (1880-1973) was the first woman ever elected to the U.S. Congress, and a native of Missoula, Montana. She was elected in 1916, before women nationwide had the right to vote. In 1917 she joined a handful of representatives who voted against entry into World War I asserting, despite harsh criticism and certain damage to her career, that “the first time the first woman had a chance to say no against war she should say it.”
In 1941 she bravely stood alone in Congress in voting against entry into World War II, but she did not stand alone in society in her opposition to institutional violence and war.