When my son was young, he & I took a road trip across the wilds of Montana. We crossed the mighty Missouri River on a back road, and climbed the fantastic river breaks, and when we came out on top, somewhere in the middle of nowhere, heading to Lewistown, we came across this “wide spot in the road”. It was right at dusk, and trying to rain. We hadn’t seen a town all day; scarcely a ranch, so this little jewel of a bar (amongst a few scattered houses) looked pretty intriguing. Most Montana Bars are, but I think this one is especially so.
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