Street Talk: Your own personal best—and worst—of Missoula 

Asked Friday at the University of Montana Oval

Q: This week's Indy celebrates the people and businesses that make Missoula great. What's your favorite thing about Missoula? Follow-up: What's your least favorite thing about Missoula?


Tristen Ray Hollist: I don't know, man, I love the sunsets. The mountains, man. There's just something about here where you can't beat it. Cruisin' and carvin': I can't think of anything off the top of my head, but if I had to say something, it would probably be longboarders. I love longboarders, I just hate walking with them.


Scott Zeller: The river. I'm able to float, just hang out, relax, skip stones, catch fish if I need to. Traffic runs through it: I hate Reserve Street and I hate Russell Street. I try to avoid them at all costs.


Mandy Cunningham: My family that's here. That's probably my favorite thing about coming here. Otherwise, I love the trees and the river. There's a plan? The road plan, the traffic.


Kaelan Cunningham: The hiking and the outdoor activities you can do, like biking. If only more people biked: It's the traffic. It's so bad. Diagonal roads. They're acute angles for some reason. It freaks me out a little bit.


Jess Sheldahl: My favorite thing about Missoula is the people here, because they're really friendly but they're also really weird. I also work for KBGA, so I get to talk to a lot of members of the community. It's really diverse and cool. Fixing those roads: My least favorite thing about Missoula is the construction right now. I can't go on the walking bridge under the Madison St. bridge, and that kind of ruined my summer.

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