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Eureka, Montana

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Unread 10-06-2013, 05:57 AM
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    I live about 70 miles south of Eureka. No oil there as it is in NW MT next to the Canada border. Winters are relatively mild. I would say that it is a very nice small town.

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    Don't worry...he is sharing this beautiful place with me.
    The Mexican food is good. That's about the only thing though. By the way Luna County has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the state.
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    The Mexican food is good. That's about the only thing though. By the way Luna County has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the state.
    There's gotta be something special in that Mexican food then.
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    I live about 70 miles south of Eureka. No oil there as it is in NW MT next to the Canada border. Winters are relatively mild. I would say that it is a very nice small town.

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    Im with Steve. I live about 60 miles east . I worked on a house for the Hursts that owned the local saw mill which is now shut down. I camped at job site for 1 year. Guy at work shot a bull with my 340 Wby walking from job site.Winters milder than Whitefish, longer growing season. Used to be good muleys in areas near mountains now sufferring.Some bighorn sheep near border.Small town,there snaging kokane salmon right now.
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    Its WAY better than INGOMAR,and yes the bar is still open and you can bunk out in the abandoned school for $10.
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    Re: Eureka, Montana

    I grew up south of there and eureka is nice country used to be some really nice hunting up there. There are also a few places you had better know someone before you go wandering around in the woods LOL

    Overall I think it's like a lot of towns that relied on logging just struggling to survive.

    Any of you been over to libby and up the yack to the dirty shame?? One of the coolest bars I have ever been in.
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