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Bill Troutwine story sparks memories of Bear Tooth Pass

And great steaks in Montana

Mary Ann Brown writes:
Red Lodge one of the places that I have truly enjoyed visiting and only got to go there twice, but the drive up and over Bear Tooth Pass was well worth it. Just wish I could go back one more time before I leave this ole world. One of the best steaks I ever ate was at a small cafe right on the main street, can't recall the name! Cook City on Bear Tooth Pass is like one of those towns on the western shows but I haven't been there since 1995. --Mary Ann Brown
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