BROWNING, Mont. – Near the base of the Rocky Mountains, just east of East Glacier Park Village and Glacier National Park sits the small town of Browning. The town sits amongst the rolling green hills that eventually flatten out and mark the western most part of the Great Plains. The area is exceptionally rugged with extremely cold winters, wind gusts that can reach over 80 miles per hour, and once held the record for the greatest 24-hour temperature change of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (from 44° f to -56° f).