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The best towns and small cities in the US: Missoula, Montana
Dating sucks. If you're single in Montana you know this already. I know I for one have heard, and even said a few times myself that, "people just don't date like they used to! In case you didn't know, Tinder is still one of the top dating apps used by the majority of singles in western Montana. In these states, Tinder is used primarily for hook-ups and unsolicited genitalia pictures. If they're like me, they think Tinder is gross and are avoiding it at all costs. Bumble is a growing trend for singles in western Montana. The main problem you'll run into on Bumble in MT, is matching with someone but having the connection disappear because one, or both, of you are off camping, mountain biking, snowboarding etc. Been there, done that! But be aware that even if the stars align just right and you and your connection setup a time to meet, they can still turn out to be a beautifully wrapped pervy psycho.
It is difficult to comprehend fully the immense, almost unimaginable power of the Genesis Flood—because of its sheer size. Its vast volume of water would affect the rates of erosion and sediment deposition in ways not comparable to anything happening today. Its retreat would form unique patterns over the entire earth. However, although present-day floods cannot compare, there was a flood large enough to give us a tiny glimpse as to what a gigantic global-scale flood could accomplish in a short time. It is the Lake Missoula flood, 1 which happened at the peak of the Ice Age, about years ago. It was formed by meltwater ponding behind a finger of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, which extended south into northern Idaho. The lake was about m 2, ft deep near this ice dam, and m 1, ft deep over the current city of Missoula, Montana, after which the lake and flood have been named.
T en years ago, if you wanted to live in a town on the edge of a mountainous wilderness, surrounded by people prepared to let you be whoever you wanted, you moved to Boulder, Colorado. Everyone did, and property prices became unaffordable. Now you raise your eyes a little further north, and keep your wagon rolling on up to Missoula, Montana, a town about as isolated as the most voracious reader of Henry David Thoreau could hope for. Missoula sits deep in the Rockies, surrounded by national forests and five different mountain ranges. The townsfolk certainly know how to have a good time — the population of 72, sustains a live music scene that would be the envy of somewhere five times as big.