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Big Sky, Montana

Thursday, August 11, 2011 11:04 am Written by 
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Big Sky, Montana - Big Sky is a picturesque small mountain town about 45 minutes south of Bozeman and the closest airport. People are friendly and very outdoorsy. Although this town gets a lot of snow the locals make the most of any season - the cold doesn't faze them.  It seems as though fly fishing is the state sport, for at every turn in the road there are at least 3 people standing out in the stream fly fishing 'til their hearts content and that is any day of the week. We rolled in on the perfect weekend & enjoyed 4 nights of music in the park as well as a fun little street fair.

We strolled the market briefly before a small rainstorm moved in - but just long enough to buy some yummy homemade jelly! We had a craving for pizza so we asked the locals where the best place for some good mountain pizza would be and they recommended two places. We enjoyed our pizza from Milkie's but we're sure we couldn't have gone wrong with any decision. The first night of music was an amazing Johnny Cash cover band called The Cold Hard Cash Show and they completely rocked the night away! I am a huge fan of Johnny Cash and thus a demanding fan. Although the lead singer's looks were only similar to the "Man in Black's", if you closed your eyes you'd swear Johnny Cash was still alive and kicking. When they come to your area The Cold Hard Cash Show is a must see. The weather was perfect but that being said, bring a light jacket because even in early August it gets quite cool at night - unless you're from Alaska. The following night we enjoyed a night of classical music in the park, that was completely opposite from the concert the night before but very enjoyable nonetheless.

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