1. Good luck finding cherries this delicious anywhere else.
Yes, other states have cherries, but there’s something truly special about Flathead cherries.
2. You’ve already experienced the most incredible national parks in the country.
Our country is beautiful, but nothing compares to Glacier or Yellowstone.
3. You’ll feel like you’re being crowded wherever else you go.
Montana is the fourth largest state, but it’s only the 44th most populated state (48th in population density). This means it’s still possible to avoid living near anyone else. If you move to a mid-sized city in another state, you might feel like you’re constantly standing in the middle of Grand Central Station.
4. Most other states have sales tax.
You’ll miss the days when buying things didn’t involve any extra math.
5. You will crave sandwiches from The Pickle Barrel.
And unless you just happen to move to Sioux Falls, you’ll only find The Pickle Barrel in Montana.
6. Montana will ruin you for other sunsets.
Sure, they're beautiful. But they aren't this.
7. You’ll be spoiled by the friendly people.
Life will feel a little colder the first time you pass a car full of strangers and no one waves to you.
8. You'll get used to guaranteed snow.
Even if you don't love Montana winters, you'll miss them if you leave. Other places play the "Will it or won't it?" game with snow. In Montana, all four seasons will make an appearance each year.