What was once known to Native Americans as "many come together country" because of the rich fertile soil and use by several tribes, has recently been deemed "the most livable place", to some "the last best place", and is to us, home. Bozeman Montana the largest town in the Gallatin Valley, sitting at 4820 feet above sea level is surrounded by five mountain ranges, three rivers and the Headwaters of the Missouri. With almost one-half of the county's 2500 square miles of land owned by the Gallatin National Forest, Montana State BLM, and the National Parks Service, it is no wonder people come here to play. The lifestyle, one where most embrace the outdoors, be it cycling, hiking, climbing, fishing, skiing or just enjoying the Big Sky, is laid back. Most people don't move here to be in a hurry.