Sweetgrass Sunset

There’s a  sweet little bundle of hills straddling the Medicine Line between Alberta and Montana.  A sacred place of the Blackfoot people, who also straddle The Line, they are named for the Ceremonial sweetgrass so important to them.  Rising above the plains (the tallest, the West Butte, is nearly 7000 ft.) they have their own ecosystems and a separate geology from the Rocky Mountains. They have a powerful, sometimes mystical profile and dominate the horizon for nearly 100 miles.  SOLD

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