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(The New York Times)   He hasn't been everywhere, after all. World's greatest living travel writer reveals the places he longs to visit, by car, including Alaska, Montana, and the Dakotas   (travel.nytimes.com) divider line 53
    More: Interesting, Alaska, Dakotas, Henry Miller, Patagonia, lecture hall, John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouac  
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2013-01-12 10:33:51 PM  
I took this one on a cold morning deer hunt near Ovando.
I was creeping along and just "saw" this photo in front of me, I had to stop, dig the camera out of my back pack and snap the pic
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2013-01-12 10:48:52 PM  
Montana's a scenic place:

drewblood.com

Here are a few virtual tours of some Montana terrain I've been to. Somewhat large files. View these and you won't need to move here. ;)

Mount Cannon summit, Glacier National Park

The Dragon's Tail summit, Glacier National Park

Crown Mountain summit, Rocky Mountain Front

Mount Clements summit, Glacier National Park
 
2013-01-13 01:32:20 AM  
I've been to every state except Maine. All by road except North Dakota (and Hawaii, duh).
 
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