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Montana's Banana Belt?
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V. Lawless    Posted 06-24-2002 at 21:54:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi Ya'll,

I'm picking up different things online regarding which part of western Montana has the mildest climate. Some claim Thompson Falls takes the prize while others state the Hamilton area is the "banana belt". What's your opinion?
Thanks in advance....


Old Sarge    Posted 06-25-2002 at 07:59:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Having trucked out of both places, with loads, I'd take Hamilton. Nice little town, draw poker and lowball in the local saloon, good resturants (not fancy nor high priced), easy access from the North, but boy that road to the South is a witch. Lost Trail Pass, hairpin turns and switch back city. Takes a while to navigate a 42ft trailer on a long nose tractor over it. Climmate wise though it's great. Not much snow in the winter, nice river (don't freeze over), and mild summers (below 90 most of the time).


WallSal55    Posted 06-25-2002 at 07:28:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
Always thought bananas came from tropical climates or one of those plants you ordered out of a catalog and tried on your patio. Interesting crop for the U.S.


Gimleg Fagon    Posted 06-25-2002 at 11:48:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
They grow lots of bananas in Montana and pineapples, too. It was one of the places Jake and I considered before we bought our banana farm in Kansas.


Hogman    Posted 06-25-2002 at 12:35:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'd opt fer Coulter Pass for tha nanners Gimp,best sub tropical spot I noe of. Even Chekeeta'd like it there,right up on tha Summit mabe. Might even beat You'n Jakes Kansas Plantation.


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