Thursday, March 8, 2012

Photo: A Green Hill Zone

Haugan, Montana is not exactly the sort of place that has international renown; it's a small country community in far western Montana, and if you're not from there and yet know of it, it's likely because of the Silver Dollars tourist spot that advertises along I-90 for miles in both directions. It's one of the places where modern civilization rubs right up against the natural world, and it gives a look at what huge tracts of North America would have looked like only a few hundred years ago. The hills and mountains around Haugan are thick and green with trees, millions of them, like being next to the world's biggest pine-scented air freshener.

Pine trees really do smell like that, you know.

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