New Bike Shop In Downtown Billings
I was trolling the thrift shops this weekend looking for mid-century modern furniture when I came across a business I didn't know existed. Right across the street from the Salvation Army Thrift Store at Minnesota and 30th is Red Rover Bicycle Collective,
The Historic Montana Power Co.
There aren't a lot of art deco type buildings in Billings which is what makes the historic Montana Power Co. building so unique. It was built in 1915 at a time of economic prosperity during Montana's homestead era. The building was designed by Montana's preeminent architect at the tim…
I Love Downtown Billings Farmers Market
I hit the Farmers Market in downtown every Saturday morning. Unfortunately most mornings I don't get there early enough to get my pick of the awesome heirloom tomatoes. This last Saturday was the exception though and you can see my haul in the photo above...
The Strawberry Festival Is Almost Here!
In case you didn't know already...I have a strawberry problem.  It's better now than when I was younger but that doesn't really mean a whole lot.  The Strawberrry Festival always makes it worse too, because I love them! I love them so much that when I was younger I was on th…
Is Billings A Garbage Dump?
Well it shouldn't be but as you can see from the photo above some citizens of the Magic City don't care. Sometimes I wonder if they call this the Magic City because we can make the beer inside a bottle disappear. This little gem was found on the north west corner of Broadway and 1st kitty …
Creative Store Front
I love walking around downtown Billings. There's so much to see. Check out this cool store front display on the NW corner of Broadway and 2nd st.!
Farmer’s Market Tonight from 4:30-8
It's Wednesday, time for the mid-week edition of the Yellowstone Valley Farmers' Market!
Tonight from 4:30 to 8, shop local farmers under beautiful Skypoint, Downtown Billings.  You will find everything from fresh, in-season produce to bedding plants and herbs...
Downtown Billings Historical Tour
I had to turn you on to this cool self-guided tour I found.  (I actually found the business card for this down  in the parking lot!)
Go to the web-site below, scan the code, and get ready for some Montana History!  It's cool and a lot of fun...

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