I spent a winter in Missoula back in my college years, where I somehow got to know a girl who'd grown up in the town of Biddle, Montana. I don't remember the girl's name, or how we met ... all I remember is that she was from Biddle, which seemed like one of the most remote and desolate places imaginable to me.
After that, I was left with a lingering urge to go see Biddle for myself, though I didn't actually make it there until three years ago. I guess the town is more-or-less what one would expect, but I was thoroughly surprised by the countryside ... it's really quite lovely out there. Hills and trees and big ranches -- definitely none of the stereotypical bleakness that some people associate with eastern Montana.
Here's a shot I took a couple miles east of town, along a gravel county road ... I'm sure I'll post some more views later: