The New Guy’s Top 5: Coolest Things I’ve Discovered Since Moving to Missoula
So when I haven't been living at work, I've been checking out my new surroundings in the Garden City. Here are the top 5 coolest things I've seen since moving to Missoula.
Seriously. There's a ton of great food here. The first thing I ate when I got into town was a burger at the Missoula Club. That picture? That's a Zootown from Zimorino's, complete with wings and a bottle of Big Sky's Summer Honey. And just so you know, I killed that pizza and wings in one sitting while watching Monday Night Raw. Bam.
My mom lives in Kalispell. I look forward to that drive a lot. Not just because I know I can get some excellent homemade chicken enchiladas, but because I get to see Flathead Lake. Are you kidding me!? I cursed when I first got over that hill and saw the lake. I can't wait to take a break up there for a weekend. Or twelve.
She was at the Blaze Block Party in Frenchtown, hoisted atop her father's shoulders, rocking a princess dress and the most dedicated set of devil horns you've ever seen. This was during Universal Choke Sign's set. Metal. Love it.
That picture was taken on stage at the Hinder show. Incredible. My very first show at the Wilma was a nice break-in to a show in Missoula. The Volbeat show should be a bit more rowdy. I can't wait. The Blazers I've met so far have been awesome: dedicated, knowledgeable, and passionate. And they can drink. Damn!
Saw this last night in a parking lot. Seriously, is this a thing here? I'm sure that the lifelong Missoula residents know this car well, but I have no idea why this is a thing. All I know is that I'm hiring this guy for my next move. Also, the "Go Griz" in the back window is a nice touch.