This is where Bill and I first met and its our favorite! Closest one is over 2 hrs away.
No more Charbroiled Chicken Club Sandwiches with Fried Zucchini
Good bye to the Green Burrito's and Chicken Quesadilla's
There are none of these either.... not on every corner... not in Montana!
What No Slurpee's??
No Maverik gas stations? Bill's favorite place for snacks and things.
Seeing Casinos attached to every gas station and on every corner is something else I will have to get used. Yup! You guessed it, gambling is legal in Montana. Its nothing like Las Vegas or Reno, Nevada... not even close. But, yes there are many, many casinos.
Another thing that I just learned about a couple days ago when I went to Subway is that they do not take the point cards here in Montana. What? What about all my points I've been saving for that free sandwich, chips and drink? Ugh!!!!
For those of you that are LDS and live in Utah and like to frequent Deseret Book or Seagull Book & Tape, BE VERY GRATEFUL! The closest Seagull Book is 4 hrs away in Idaho Falls. There isn't a book store in town that carry any LDS products. Nope, not even WalMart folks! Online Shopping is the next best thing. This will definately take some getting used to.
Bill listens to audiobooks while he drives at night. He really enjoys many LDS authors as well as many authors outside the LDS scene. However, accessibility to LDS audiobooks outside of Utah is very very difficult. You can't just run down to Deseret Book or Seagull Book to buy them and you definately can't just run into your local library and pick up an LDS authored book of your choosing. Nope! It doesn't work like that here. So, I have spent countless hours searching for online audiobook downloads that I can purchase and download onto my own home computer, and either burn to a CD or transfer to Ipod. Note to self - Ipod purchase is needed very soon!
Oh... and we don't even get a radio station that plays Delilah! How am I to survive not being able to listen to Delilah at night? Well okay...I can listen as long as I'm on the computer!
One other thing that I thought strange, and I already posted this to facebook a few days ago, is this sign that I found at our local library.
Move Over Handicap Parking! This sign took up at least two up front rows of parking. Is that discrimination against most of us who drive regular gasoline type vehicles? Strange!