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By Christopher Burdette:
I brake for boiled peanuts. You can, too, more than 7300 feet above sea level along Montana’s Beartooth Highway. Come see me this summer in Silver Gate, Montana, right outside the northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park. While I was growing up in central Georgia, Sunday drives in the country were always accompanied by boiled peanuts bought from a roadside stand. Usually the sign read “Boiled P’nuts,” often with the “S” backwards. Back in the car, windows rolled down, I couldn’t crack the salty snacks fast enough. Coke in a can washed them down, and I threw the shells out the window as we cruised past pecan orchards and chicken warehouses. Today I own and operate an art gallery, fly shop, southern BBQ joint and boiled peanut stand in Silver Gate, population 13. Winter rages for nine months of the year, but after Memorial Day explorers from all over the […]