What to do on a Saturday night in Miles City?
Posted by Bill Brumbach (+26) 12 years ago
If you single, 23, clean living, and new to the area, what would you do on a Saturday night in Miles City? Thanks
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Posted by Josh Rath (+2307) 12 years ago
Sit at home, and Play Halo 3 on the HDTV... Oh Wait... You said 23.... Guess I don't apply (17)... lol
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Posted by K.Duffy (+1812) 12 years ago
Do you bowl? Strike for Cash is every Saturday night. (shameless solicitation, I know
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Posted by ty head (+110) 12 years ago
i think some people that are 17 have more fun than even you, josh. i don't think it's your age
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Posted by Kelly (+2713) 12 years ago
I second the suggestion of Stike for Cash at Recreation Lanes.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 12 years ago
I'd be happy to offer some suggestions to you, Bill, but that "clean living" criteria pretty rules out everything I can think of....

I'm not sure just how clean you need it to be, but there will be a great street party going on tonight on Main Street between 6th and 7th Street hosted by the Bison, Montana and Trails Inn bars in honor of the 90th birthday of Clint (Cliff(?)) McFarland - who has hosted and served cowboys and presidents (I didn't say of what or how) for decades at his fine watering hole. Hope to see you there!
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Posted by Bill Brumbach (+26) 12 years ago
That sounds clean. Thanks
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14969) 12 years ago
I agree with Steve. It beats sitting at home writing Haiku.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6166) 12 years ago
Bill, ignore Richard. Haiku is a very honorable activity. I suggest you start a Haiku club.

By the way, welcome to Miles City!!!

Oops, one more thing. There is an open mike night at the Elks but it is on Fridays I believe. I think it's advertised on this site occassionally.

[This message has been edited by Wendy Wilson (5/30/2009)]
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Posted by CK (+853) 12 years ago
There is a great place called "my house" where they let you wash all the dishes you want for free on Sat. nights!


It is bound to be the best sat night ever...ok, it may not be fun, but it sure is clean.

Welcome to Miles City, we are new too and have loved the past month we have been here...just don't admit it if you are from Glendive.

Have fun tonight.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 12 years ago
Hey Wendy - GREAT suggestion. I was going to tell Bill about that, but I didn't for a reason someone like YOU certainly can appreciate. Now remind me... What is the name of this thread again?
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Posted by Buck Showalter (+4462) 12 years ago
Take a can of gas to Paragon Pit and make yourself a fire. Cast a line and catch a catfish.
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11796) 12 years ago
Check out what's playing at our classic Main st. theater. Compared to the multi-plex, the screen is much bigger and the prices are much lower.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6066) 12 years ago
It's right for fighting, or getting a little action in.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 12 years ago
Bill - Take Brian's advice with a dose of caution. He's a juvenile product of the working class, whose best friend floats at the bottom of a glass.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6066) 12 years ago
Steve - don't give me none of your aggravation. I've had it with your discipline.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 12 years ago
I'm not sure just how clean you need it to be, but there will be a great street party going on tonight on Main Street between 6th and 7th Street hosted by the Bison, Montana and Trails Inn bars in honor of the 90th birthday of Clint (Cliff(?)) McFarland

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Scott (Stan?):

I think that you're referring to Clyde McFarland. How was Clyde's party last night?
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1611) 12 years ago
CK......funny. Very funny.


FH
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 12 years ago
Bob L: thank you. I'm horrible with names, always have been for some reason. I knew I was getting it wrong, but somehow I ALWAYS get the first letter. What's up with that?

And I didn't make it to the party last night - but I heard the music and it sounded like fun. I worked in the yard all day in that heat. Ended up with mild heatstroke and a headache from hades. It's a lesson I seem to have to learn at the beginning of every summer -- Wear a hat and drink plenty of water! Oh, and sunscreen - put on lots and lots of sunscreen!
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11796) 12 years ago
My Whitefish born husband had to learn the sunscreen/hat/fluids issue the hard way his first summer here as well. I remember keeling over during a noon hour tennis lesson manymanymany years ago and having Bob Nees, as he poured water over me, suggest I take lessons in the evening with the grownups.

Say, there is another (summer) Saturday evening activity. Take in a ball game or go play some tennis. They are mighty nice courts.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6166) 12 years ago
Hey Wendy - GREAT suggestion. I was going to tell Bill about that, but I didn't for a reason someone like YOU certainly can appreciate. Now remind me... What is the name of this thread again?

Exactly what are you implying here, Steve? That I'm as old as you are? Here' what I think about that.

Steve is old as dirt.
He gets lost on way to work.
and to the bathroom.

Steve is old as dirt.
"Eh?" He says. "What did you say?"
Oh no! He's deaf, too.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2733) 12 years ago
Man, it's bad enough to be called old. But to receive the news via haiku is downright humiliating. Wendy, this thread shall live in infamy as far as I'm concerned. We are now at WAR!

Seriously, I was referring to your penchant for detail when it comes to all things grammatical and vernacular. Bill specifically asked for Saturday night activities. As everyone knows, Open Mic is on Friday nights. I think all that 5-7-5 pentameter goo-gah is beginning to dull your senses, proving beyond a doubt that half-baked haiku, like secondhand smoke, is a public health risk.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17479) 12 years ago
I second Buck's suggestion of going catfishing.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6066) 12 years ago
I think all that 5-7-5 pentameter goo-gah is beginning to dull your senses, proving beyond a doubt that half-baked haiku, like secondhand smoke, is a public health risk.

I've got your "5-7-5 pentameter goo-gah" RIGHT HERE, pal!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6166) 12 years ago
Goo-gah is great with soy sauce and soba noodles.
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