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April 04, 2008


Kango Suz

Our family went to Montana not long after "A River Runs Through It" came out and it does, indeed, capture much of the scenery in it's beautiful cinematic shots. I especially enjoyed the time that we spent in Butte after we left Yellowstone.


Glacier National Park is a wonderful park and my favorite of the northern parks showcasing amazing evergreens and flora. The thing about this place is that it really humbles you in its presence and gives you a sense how small you are and how big mother nature or the world is. The same goes for Montana in general and is therefore a great spot for a masterpiece like A River Runs Through It.

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