I also found Montanans to be quite a bit friendlier than people from Oregon.
The friendliness of Montanans is a bit odd, but I found them a bit more reserved in the small towns, more open in the cities, but overall seem to have more genuine friendliness than grumpy and stuck-up Oregonians, many who are "ex-Californians".
I'm sure there are many things I don't know about the state and the people, but I am intrigued to learn more.
I was amazed to pass by a Messianic Jewish synagogue when driving through the Bitterroot Valley.
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Although, I am sure that it is very small and most members are older and, perhaps, not ethnically Jewish, it did give me a good feeling in my heart of the acceptance and tolerance of people in the area.
It was odd seeing a large Star of David on the roadside in rural Montana.
Well, anyhow, to not go off topic, I am wondering what it is like for a single guy in his early 30s to find a date in Montana.
I am a more-religious Messianic/Netzarim Jewish male, but I am open to dating women outside my race/religion.