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Old 03-28-2011, 07:01 PM   #1
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Browing MT, have things changed?

It wasn't that many years ago RVers were openly advised to avoid Browning, MT like the plague. Just not a nice place to visit or even stop for gas.

Now a blog article posted, exorting the beauty of Browing.

RV Short Stops: American history lives under big Montana skies

Have things really changed in this town?


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Last year we stayed for a week in St Mary while visiting Glacier. We made a day trip to Browning. Drove around the town some and stopped at the Blackfeet Heritage Center & Art Gallery. It was worth the stop. As far as staying in Browning, probably not, just didn't see any compelling reason to stay there. OK for a day visit.

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Might be ok for a visit during Indian Days, but you won't see us there. We drove through on our way to St. Mary and took one trip in for gas and supplies figuring it would be cheaper. Any savings was not worth the gas getting there. We drove around the town a bit, happy to see it in our rear view mirror on the way out. Would never consider staying overnight, it was bad enough during the day. Only savings grace is that the bars are closed and liquor sales are banned during the event. I'm sure that they have very good reasons for that.

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