Picturing a Park - Overview Shot #2

Lolo Creek
Travelers' Rest State Park, Montana

Before Lewis and Clark came to the area called Travelers' Rest, the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and Nez Perce peoples used the area along Lolo Creek as a campsite when they traveled east to hunt bison on the plains. Making more than one overview picture of a park provides variety in your story and tells a more complete narrative.

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