I have a buck tag in the Imnaha unit and have laid eyes upon some extraordinary scenes as friends have helped me search for the elusive "big one." We were ready for a lunch break and I spied an unusual "peak" from the distance, and drove closer to check it out.
I'm told it's a shepherd's monument, used to mark boundaries back in the day. I imagined the hillside covered in sheep, and the lost culture of those sheep herding days. So thankful Pam Royes has captured it so well in her memoir, Temperance Creek, available at The Bookloft.
A 50-something woman comes home to a place she's never been before.