I've had the pleasure of dining here several times and have always enjoyed my meals. My only regret is that I didn't discover it sooner. Their recipes are a little different than what you might expect but they're always delicious. And regarding the staff... they couldn't be friendlier.
Correct me if I'm wrong, and I may well be as my memory does not serve me as well as it used to, but didn't the City sell Mt. Water to Park Water? The whole fiasco brings back memories of the Montana Power failure. And then there's the issue of the County funding Fred's personal crusade to redeem himself. It never ends. And people wonder why there isn't sufficient funding for city and county road maintenance and other necessities.
It's a very sad day indeed when Americans can have their property taken by eminent domain for the benefit of a privately held entity, and adding salt to the wound, a foreign entity. It's surprising that a state as fiercely independant as Montana would allow such a travesty to come to pass. My heart goes out to those in eastern Montana who have been stricken by this condemnation. So much for the American dream.
I have to say that the moment I saw the Arnold's picture my stomach started to churn. In my opinion the 401k plan has been one of the biggest scams ever to be exercised on the American working class. I hope Mr. Draine and his associates never return to Montana as it's clear they intend to dine and dash with our hard earned pension funds.
Hey, I have an idea. Why don't all the descendants of the European immigrants promoting European nationalism relocate back to Europe.
I think Dan should personally sport a bumper sticker that says "if I wanted to put on turquoise cowboy boots and eat buffalo burgers next to a fern, I'd go to Bozeman." I think that sums things up perfectly.
So happy to see the North/Westside prospering I only wish you had included the Hellgate Rollergirls' headquarters in your article. They have worked hard for recognition in the community and have done very well in building a following all of whom contribute largely to the neighborhood bringing in people with beer and wine money and hungry bellies. Another big bout tonight which I will attend. Cheers!
Oh, and one other thing, I worked for the founders of the RMEF when they first arrived in Missoula and Holyoak's statement, "We're the same as we always have been" couldn't be further from the truth.
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