10 Reasons Why Montanans Should Be Proud of Our State
When people find out you're from Montana, what's the first thing they bring up? Yogo Sapphires, Yellowstone, or maybe the fact that even larger cities still have a small town feel?
Lots of reason to be proud to live in -- or be from-- Montana.
Here are 10 Reasons Why People In Montana Should Be Proud of Their State, according to Onlyinyourstate.com Did this article miss anything? I agree with it, but as a newcomer, if they left something out, fill me in.
Watch them mine for yogo sapphires in Phillipsburg.
Yes, we share the park with Idaho and Wyoming. But it was the first national park to open in the world.
Norman Holter from Helena was the inventor of the heart rate monitor. Now it's an app that you can put on your phone.
The video below is from the National Bison Ranch near Missoula.
Evel Knievel was born in Montana but Dana Carvey has to be my favorite.
Glacier Park encompasses over a million acres, over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, and hundreds of species of animals.
Have you heard the story about Garnet Montana? Is it haunted?
Montana is where people go to retire, enjoy the outdoors or escape the chaos of city life.
We are so lucky to live in a place where they know how to make great beer. We have more breweries here than in a lot of other states.
People are genuinely nice here. Being from a larger city, it was sort of freaky at first but I love it. Good people here