Today, like most days, we walked downtown and had brunch-time snacks at Butterfly, the local spot that Nathan works at. From the front it appears to be simply a tea shop- a mighty tea shop with floor to ceiling jars and a library ladder - but still just a tea shop. In the back however, is a small cafe with ornate wooden booth lined in a row against the wall. The locals all seem to stop in at atleast once a day. You sit and watch the town file by. Missoula is small enough that even I recognize people and say my hellos. I am fascinated by the idea of living in a town this size.