Over the weekend, the Revisiting Montana’s Historic Landscapes site received its 100,000 visit. When I began this project, I thought that if it reached 10,000 people–about the number who purchased copies of my Traveler’s Companion to Montana History in 1986-87 that would be worth the four-year effort to drive Montana roads and resurvey all of the places I first visited in the mid-1980s. Thank you for being part of this journey, thanks too to the Montana Preservation Alliance and the Montana State Historic Preservation Office for their encouragement and support along the way.
At this time, my entry on Flaxville, the tiny place above in Daniels County, has received the most views. Perhaps that changes as I continue to move into the northwest portion of the state, starting with one of the most rapidly changing places in the last 30 years, Missoula County.
I am on the back end of my trek across the Big Sky Country, with probably 50 entries to go–see you soon!
I have enjoyed, and learned a great deal from reading your site. It really is a great effort.
Thanks very much!