Tourist season in Montana is always an adventure.

Every year, millions of people worldwide decide to come to Big Sky Country and live out what they believe to be the "Montana Dream". They buy overpriced t-shirts, purchase boots and a cowboy hat that they might wear 3 times over the next 10 years, get to close to the wildlife and leave reviews of their time spent here.

Often, those reviews make those of us living here, shake our heads, and sometimes, you will come across a review so absurd, that you have to share it with folks.  Hence the case with this couple who just spent some time in Montana.

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Recently someone left a review of a popular RV park in the Bozeman area, and let's just say they weren't impressed. What was it that bothered them so much that they left a scathing review?

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Apparently, they were upset that a campground in Montana would allow campfires. The review, states the following:

"Warning! Camp fires are allowed in this park. The couple next to us at about 630 pm started a fire that was the smokiest fire you ever saw. My wife was out doing some laundry and I was in the Rv taking a nap because I didn’t feel that good. The windows on the Rv were open and I awoke to burning eyes and not being able to breathe. I immediately closed the windows and the smoke continued to come inside"

Now don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to judge anyone here, but I mean you're staying at a campground, and there tend to be campfires at a campground.  That's kind of a big part of the whole experience, right? The review continues:

"My Rv still smells like smoke. I would never stay here again. Sad because the staff was super nice but breathing is important you know. I left 4 messages on their answering machine"

Needless to say, the person who left the review only gave the campgrounds 1 star out of 5.  So the question is, does the person who left the review have a legitimate grip? Or are they taking this a little too far?

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