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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
    More: Interesting, Alaska, Dakotas, Henry Miller, Patagonia, lecture hall, John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouac  
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2013-01-12 08:37:15 PM  
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Theroux's travel writings are great and I can heartily recommend 'The Pillars of Hercules' and especially 'Dark Star Safari'. Currently reading The Happy Isles of Oceana'

Tim Cahill is great, too.

Lived in Montana and travelled the Dakotas and Wyoming. There is a certain beauty to the bleakness of those states. You just have to accept it for what it is: reality/nature.

bogey: /try not to get caught in Butte or Browning after dark

Butte wasn't bad when I lived in MT (abbreviated that way because the state is 'empty of people') - early 80s - but I had accounts in Browning and was told by them in no uncertain terms to get my 'white man's butt out of town before the Sun went down.
2013-01-12 04:50:21 PM  
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MT, June 2012

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Supercell over Flathead National Forest

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Beartooth Highway

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Little Big Horn


SD, June 2012

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Lake Pactola/Black Hills

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2013-01-12 03:27:03 PM  
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I'm a fan of Tim Cahill, myself.
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