Woods Bay, Montana: An odd little town on the border of a great wilderness to the east and the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River to the town's west. Basically nowhere, with a population of about 660.
Where David Lynch meets Cheers: creepy and strange and everyone knows your name.
— Lauren Grabelle
The American Southwest is slowly succumbing to the inevitable sprawl of suburban developments. Former residentdocuments the demise of a small rural town as it is bull-dozed into another massive, generic bedroom community.
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