Last week I shared half a dozen things I learned while researching the story series Big Sky Country. The second book—Montana Cowboy Family—is out this month.
Today, I want to share another half dozen things I learned.
1. The area is beautiful which I already knew but it bears repeating.
2. There are old-growth cedars of up to 500 years—the Ross Creek Cedars.
3. David Thompson mapped the area. What an incredible man he was.
The Koocanusa Bridge, Montana’s longest (2,437 feet) and highest (270 feet) bridge crosses the lake.
I really enjoy researching. It makes me look at places I visit with more interest. Do you dig deep into an area when you visit it? What is your favorite discovery?