We wandered into this place quite by accident. Cute, old timey but unpretentious. About half the little town seemed to be busy doing artwork, beadwork, cool stuff. Much in the Native American traditions and the owner had been part of the cultural heritage work for the Flathead tribe.
Lots of great, quality souvenirs. Lots of great carving, jewelry, native American stuff and some supplies to do your own. Or you might elbow your way past the stove and sit with the locals making things. Quite comfortable. And often a little bite to eat of the treats they brought.
A real find in a world of phoney and imported, faux Native souvenirs.
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