Montana May 28, 2016
Here Are 10 Signs You Have Spent Way Too Much Time In Montana
Is there really such a thing as spending “too much time” in Montana? It’s hard to imagine. But if most of these 10 things apply to you, perhaps it’s time to explore some new horizons… temporarily, of course. Because there’s no place like home.
1. You drive through countryside like this without looking twice, because you’re so used to your gorgeous state.
It's not that you're jaded. You're just accustomed to being surrounded by the beauty that is everywhere.
2. When you drive down the road, you automatically scan the sides for deer or other wildlife.
3. You feel claustrophobic when anyone gets near you.
We’re all about wide open spaces in Montana. That’s part of the appeal.
4. You get irrationally annoyed when someone mentions California.
5. You get irrationally enraged when you hear of people moving to Montana (unless it’s a family member… one you really, really like).
6. You’re so used to shoveling your driveway for five straight months that summers almost seem weird to you.
You mean you can just get in your car and go to work? Awesome.
7. You wear your hunting or fishing clothes so often they’ve become a part of your regular wardrobe.
Camo is always acceptable.
8. When someone talks about Amsterdam and Manhattan, Europe and New York don’t even cross your mind.
9. A two hour drive to the grocery store is no big deal to you, but you’re horrified when you hear about the rush hour traffic in other cities.
10. You get anxious at the thought of leaving Montana, even for a tropical destination or somewhere amazing.
You know what you like, and it’s all here.
Are you guilty of spending a bit too much time in Montana?