Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Cut Bank, Montana

I could go on and on about the characteristics of Cut Bank, Montana, here. It's located about 45 minutes east of Glacier National Park, and is near all sorts of recreational facilities. The Blackfeet Indian Reservation takes up much of the land between the town line and the park.

Still, most probably want to hear about the penguin. It greets visitors come in from the east on U.S. Route 2. The penguin checks in at 27 feet and weighs 10,000 pounds. Cut Bank apparently was the "winner" of a study that tried to find the coldest winter spot in the United States, although we have to assume Alaska wasn't part of the study.

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