August 23, 2012

Babb, Montana... we came for the pie — huckleberry pie.

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(It's not just pie: 2 Sisters.)

20 comments:

ricpic said...

Pie looks good. Was it?

Meade said...

It was very good - made fresh every day.

Luke Lea said...

Were you in Tennessee that sign would have said "Snakes."

creeley23 said...

What does huckleberry taste like? I've always wondered.

Chip Ahoy said...

Interior by Cecilia Gimenez

Christopher in MA said...

Did you find a huckleberry friend?

(BTW, Johnny Mercer admitted that even he didn't know what he meant when he wrote that)

lewsar said...

a huckleberry, to me, mostly tastes like a raspberry without the seeds that stick in your teeth.


mmmmmm, huckleberry pie!

Lem said...

These republican whistles... are making me hungry!!

deborah said...

My, that looks delicious.

Carnifex said...

I stopped in a town in Tejas onc't, and the gas station also had the town restaurant. Also the town tack shop(saddles,ropes,chaps...cowboy stuff). And the local gun dealer. I love one stop shopping in little towns.

Colder'n a witchs tit though.

Quaestor said...

Imagine a couple of Montana cowpokes ridin' up in search of some yummy shakes... nah, impossible. On the other hand, if'n they'as a couple of Montana sheep herders...

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Lem said...

Interior by Cecilia Gimenez

Chip... lol

I missed it at first..

Peter said...

Not Babb, Montana. Near Babb, Montana. Check out the sign.

Cedarford said...

I would have stopped just to try the Huckleberry Margarita.
THAT is something you don't see elsewhere.

Carnifex said...

Be careful! The inside looks a lot bigger than the outside. That thing might be a Tardis!(I am so geeked! 8 more days till the Doctor!)

Lava said...

They just don't make places like this anymore. If you're in Wisconsin...or anywhere...support the roadside cafe/tavern/bar/restaurant, before they're gone for good.

Peter Stevens said...

Very colorful! Did you drive into Canada?

Deborah said...

Did you find Pie Cafe, and Grocery while in Glacier National Park? It's in St. Mary's actually.
I had a very delicious slice of Strawberry/Rhubarb pie last year, and the year before I had a slice of a Mixed Berry that was just as scrumptious.