10 Signs Small Town Montana Is Right For You
According to a popular quote, Montana is just a small town with very long streets. But those who call the Treasure State home know that living in a “small town” here means you share your hometown with less than 1,000 people… and you either know them all or you never see most of them. Here are some signs that you might be more of a Fort Peck, Trout Creek or a Fishtail kind of person than a Billings or a Missoula kind of person.
1. Looking at this picture gives you anxiety…
2. … but so does this one.
It's just Bozeman...
3. Your ideal Saturday night looks like this…
4. … and this is your nightmare.
5. You despise lines or waits of any kind.
And you can’t fathom why anyone would wait an hour to have a restaurant meal or commute in heavy traffic to get to work.
6. You prefer to be on a first name basis with your bank teller and grocery store cashier.
7. When you go out to restaurants, you secretly think you can make something better than whatever you order.
Because there’s no steak quite like one cooked on your grill, right?
8. You don’t have to trouble yourself with too many choices. One grocery store, one hardware store and one corner bar are all you need.
Who needs the hassle?
9. Your dream property involves a lot of acreage and wide, open spaces, but you’d rather not pay millions of dollars for it.
10. You believe in your heart that a quiet life with a sense of community is the only way to go.
There's just nothing better.
Is small town Montana right for you? Here are a few
super tiny towns many people don’t even know about.
OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.