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Old 08-23-2006, 05:04 PM
 
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I've been reading these threads for quite some time, but don't ever read too much about the Great Falls/Ulm area. Anyone have some insight on it?
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Old 08-24-2006, 03:29 PM
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I second that emotion.

I'll be moving to Great Falls in 10 days for work, and don't know anything about the area. I'll just be happy for the change of pace from Dallas.
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Old 08-25-2006, 11:48 AM
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Default Great Falls area

Super!! I grew up in Missoula and when I got married we moved to a small town west of Great Falls. Now live in Wyoming but Great Falls area is still home. Large enough to have everything you need but still has a small town feel. Several small towns in the area that are great places to live. I have moved all over the U.S. and haven't lived anywhere that I liked as much.
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Old 09-04-2006, 11:12 AM
 
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I spent 4 year there, and honestly it wasnt by choice. GF is a great small town, if you can handle it. I had alot of great times there. Honestly the only thing to do thier is drink, and that is one thing that you will learn about MT, is that every place has a bar. The summers are great thier in MT, especially if you are the outdoors type. Most of the people who I knew that didnt like GF weren't outdoors type people. Actually I have been gone from thier for 3 years now, and my husband and I are talking about moving back, because I miss it. I miss the scenery, that is one of the best things from MT. GF is pretty windy and they do consider 55mph winds to be breezy, but I was used to it, Im originally from West Texas. GF is a Military town. You have Malmstrom AFB thier (thats why I was there) The 4 years I was there I never owned a winter jacket, the coldest I saw it while I was there was -80, but the warmest was between 85-90. I have seen it snow on the 4th of July....They say there are 2 seasons...2 weeks of summer and snow. I think that if you outdoorsy people, that you'll like it. If it wasnt for the Ex-Husband I would move back to GF, but we are considerin movin back to MT. Hope that this helps...
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