I'm a university professor in my real life, but for several glorious weeks a year I head off for Montana. I spend my days flyfishing and my evenings solving the world's problems over a beer or glass of wine with my summer companions. There's something about Montana that soothes my soul.
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Place is a human invention, a negotiated space lying somewhere between the fact of the land and our desire to inhabit it. It exists as both a discovery and a creation, a cartographer's scrawl and coordinates on a map of the imagination. (p. 110)
—Both from Inventing Montana by Ted Leeson