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A visit to Reeder's Alley, South Park Ave, gives you a chance to combine history, eating, and shopping all in one trip. In the 1870s a Philadelphia brick mason, Louie Reeder, built these red buildings using the tools of his trade. Originally home to old miners and mule-skinners of the gulch they now house neat places like the Stone House Restaurant and Fabric Garden.
For your general shopping needs you'll find Dillard's 1600 11th Ave, 406-443-3000. What other fun shops will you find here? The mall also features stores like Bath & Body Works; Brauns Fashions, Jensen Jewelers, Nature Trail; Maurices, and Walden Books.
If you've run out of craft supplies, you'll want to stop by the Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop, 400 Euclid, 406-442-2040. If you're the artistic type, you might get a kick out of taking one of the pottery classes offered at the Archie Bray Foundation, 2915 Country Club Ave, 406-443-3502. If you'd just rather buy some already finished pieces, they have those available to. Or you could see if anything charms you at Homecrafters, 1115 Euclid Ave, 406-443-3800; and Humpty Dumpty Beads, 111 E 6th Ave, 406-442-4285.
Are antiques your weakness? Then grab a dose of will power and head out to Quigleys Antiques, 5944 US Hwy. 12 W, 406-449-8876;. Been hankering for some cowboy gear? Then visit De Vore's Saddlery, 4 West Lawrence, 406-442-2150, where you'll find the real thing.
Just need to resupply the rig? Then grab your wallet and shopping list and head to Wal-Mart, 2750 Prospect Ave, 406-442-4567; Albertsons Food Center, 600 N Fee St., 406-442-1052; or Smith's Food & Drug, 1000 Boulder Ave, 406-442-3330.
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