I understand that the building would need massive renovations to bring it up to code. I'd check to see how the limited access because of the train tracks you have to cross to get in or out affect it. The water supply is very limited. The neighborhood has to use a water tower that they pay for. There was a fire near the bar last year. The nearest fire hydrant was across highway 200. I'd be VERY cautious about buying this place.
If he's good enough for Pat.. He's definitely worth considering.
8:53? Must be official sunset. Yes I'll be there, yes I will be singing along...
Hanging Art Gallery is in Arlee, Not Missoula.
Tater Pigs are patented!?!? Who knew? I also love the Pig Tails, the core that they cut out of the taters to make room for the sausage and deep fry. (Round french fries) You can get Vikings at Oles now, so the ones at the fair aren't quite so special any more.
Everyone is entitled to have an opinion about the Rainbow People's life style, and it is atrochious that they abandoned their pets. That being said, we need to remember that each of these people is an American citizen. We don't have to agree w/ their choices. The point is, it is OUR National Forest. EVERYONE has the right to be there.
The people that will be stranded in neighborhoods like the part of Milltown that is on the "wrong side of the tracks" near Harolds Club think it's "in the realm of seriousness" when their only access is blocked for 20-30 minutes at a time now. They can't expect emergency access now. The fire department would be forced to watch as a house burns while waiting for a train to pass. If they don't catch the window of time when there are no trains, they can sit at the crossing while a loved one dies of a heart attack.
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