HELENA, Mont. — In 2009, Sarah Dusek gazed out across the Montana plains and dreamed of Africa.
The knee-high grasses. The meandering waterways. The clutches of trees. The vault of sky. As she looked around her new home, Dusek recalled sitting outside an elegant white tent while on safari in Zimbabwe 10 years earlier. She had been drinking wine at twilight, watching as antelope and zebra bowed their long faces toward a watering hole.
Montana was “very similar in terms of the beauty and the aesthetic and the abundant wildlife,” she says. “Obviously, very different wildlife.”
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