Day 101

Is this a joke?

July 5th, 2010

I saw no signs of a golf course around.


  1. Jeff says:

    Did you heare the one about eating a all beef sausage whle playing golf in Montana? Oh $h!+ I forgot the punch line.

    ps. the word looks flat.

  2. katzien in austin says:

    Cute! She looks like a “Patty.” ;-)

  3. Barb C. says:

    O.K. Jeff You had better come up with the punch line. It should be a good one!!!! I would tell you one of the things I heard the first time I went to Montana,but I might offend someone.
    You use to be able to drink and drive ( open bottle) when in Montana, but don’t know if you still can. Having lived in Mn for 9 years where everything was illegal, it was a shock.

    • Jeff says:

      I know…I am still thinking of it….I had a typo to…looking at the picture I thought the “world” looked flat.

  4. Brenda Senne says:

    Nope, can’t drink and drive in Montana–not for many, many years, but then again, its only now being enforced better. It used to be there was no speed limit on the highways–just “drive in a safe and prudent manner”. Thank goodness THAT one changed!

  5. Barb C. says:

    Thanks Brenda for the info. I was first there in the 80’s. Hamilton, Mt to be exact. I also remember the thing about the speed limt. The second time I was in Glacier Nt’l Park. Both places very beautiful.

  6. Glenda says:

    Yep, its for real, i’m form Circle and played golf in high school – we practiced at the old rodeo grounds, which we had 3 holes set up, and played arround the cow patties. We even had 2 horses that we’re kept at the grounds that we had to play with/arround. Welcome to Montana humor. You’ll also pass by a Dinosaur that my dad help move to it current spot – be sure to stop in and have a meal at Kay’s Restraunt – they’ve got the best Sour Cream & Chive fries – best dipped in ranch.

    Not only will cell service be spotty (your moving into MidRiver’s territoy – largest TelePhone Co-op in the US), houses/farms/ranches will be few and far between as the small towns you’ll go through. You’ll even pass by what looks like mobile homes that are actually country schools that service only a few families.

    Welcome to the Big Sky State!

  7. Julie says:

    WOW – Glenda….sounds like such a great place to grow up ;-) the Cow patties well – to me sounded like (either cow patty hotdogs…OR….cow pattymini golf) hehe I would LOVE to see the Dinosaur your dad moved, maybe when we take a roadtrip up there from AZ in the next few years….And the schools sound like where my lil bro started school in the (middle of nowhere Fla) although they had modular homes as classrooms I think… Now I want a good meal from Kay’s….bet its the BEST!!!…. Enjoy this part of the country!!!!!Walk ON Matt 8-)

  8. Candice in Alabama says:

    My dad used to practice his golf swing by chipping dried cow patties in the pasture across the road from our home! LONG TIME AGO.

  9. I prefer Bob Evans sausage links myself. Don’t know that Cow Patty Links would be that good. Especially after those dung beetles had been all over them.

  10. Vickie from Michigan says:

    Check out the links at

  11. Patrick Covington says:

    Matt, My name is Patrick Covington and I am from Glendive, MT. Our local paper did an article about your travel’s and I had to check out your website. Way cool man! Do you want a copy of the article? Good luck on your travels, wish I could have met you, I bet you got some great stories. Peace.

  12. Roe says:

    Hey Barb C my bro is in Corvallis! Wow, Hi Patrick!

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