This newsletter is about a journey through a remote part of northern Montana along the Canadian border. With detailed directions, it documents the Hi-Line country and the weathered remains of old farms, homes, barns, and rusting grain elevators against spectacular vistas, plus old steam locomotives, a white pelican refuge, and rolling, wheat-covered hills. Detailed directions, along mostly unpaved roads, include GPS coordinates.
If you enjoy the challenge of creating images with dramatic landscapes of America, Montana’s Hi-Line Country, Issue # 119, may be the place for you and your camera. The Hi-Line Country is just east of Glacier National Park for a little variety.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.