"Browning and Serve" Browning by mrclay2000

Browning Travel Guide: 1 reviews and 2 photos

Law Enforcement vehicles prevalent

This is a rough and rugged frontier town. It sits outside Glacier NP on the east side, and there is scarcely an establishment along the main drag that doesn't have its share of BB gun holes in the front windows. Stray dogs lie on every corner, and almost infest every sidewalk. For such a small village, the number of law enforcement vehicles seems disproportionately high, and given the number of projectile holes on injured facades, one wonders if they actually reduce such activities, or whether they appeared too late on the scene. A local once told me that if you're going to talk [expletive] "noise," you better be ready to back it up.

There are a few eateries in town and some grocery stores, so wandering in from Glacier NP to get a break from camp food will serve your needs.

  • Last visit to Browning: Jul 1999
  • Intro Updated Dec 13, 2002
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  • pipsqueak's Profile Photo
    Oct 1, 2003 at 9:26 AM

    Unfortunately, that is probably a pretty accurate asessment of Browning. The museum of the Plains Indians is worthwhile though.

  • mtncorg's Profile Photo
    Jun 13, 2003 at 7:52 AM

    What is amazing about Browning is its drabness so close to the grandeur of Glacier. Tough? It is tough alright!


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