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Missoula is majestic

Glenys's picture

w, I've spent the most lovely, homey and just-like-family afternoon at Greg's. The two of them (retaining privacy), chickens, dog, cats, garden......It was heaven.

They hosted my Mom and Dad, my unusual self. It was an oasis on this road trip.
Food and wine delightful, company as much and more actually.

The only reason I'm not going on about the food is that I'm going to bring it up again. Once again, if you can believe this, Greg and my father established a first degree of separation.
Once again, a stellar and moving meeting of CT'er's. What a great day.

Marie Louise's picture

(post #56908, reply #1 of 5)

Who is Greg? And who else lives in Missoula?

shywoodlandcreature's picture

(post #56908, reply #2 of 5)

Greg is otherwise known as GMunger, a frequent poster. As for who else lives in Missoula, don't know of any other CT regulars who live there.





"lucky in love; unlucky in metabolism"
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gmunger's picture

(post #56908, reply #3 of 5)

And I got a free lesson in shaping pizza dough!


Wonderful to meet Glenys in person and a pleasure to host her and her folks for the afternoon. And to discover that Moose Jaw just may be the center of the Universe.


 


We are truly what we eat, and too many people are fast, cheap and easy. Who owns your food owns you, and it is unwise to let that power rest in the hands of a very few wealthy corporations.

 

We are truly what we eat, and too many people are fast, cheap and easy. Who owns your food owns you, and it is unwise to let that power rest in the hands of a very few wealthy corporations.
Gretchen's picture

(post #56908, reply #4 of 5)

I think you ALL are lucky ducks to get together.  We met someone from Missoula our last plane trip. Nice man--I'm sure everyone there is nice now!

Gretchen

Gretchen
gmunger's picture

(post #56908, reply #5 of 5)

Not everyone....

 


We are truly what we eat, and too many people are fast, cheap and easy. Who owns your food owns you, and it is unwise to let that power rest in the hands of a very few wealthy corporations.

 

We are truly what we eat, and too many people are fast, cheap and easy. Who owns your food owns you, and it is unwise to let that power rest in the hands of a very few wealthy corporations.