~Watermark is NOT printed on image~
Dancing northern lights over this old church in far north Montana. Building began in 1915 and the doors to the church finally opened in 1918. The services were short lived due to WWI and a drought. Farmers didn't have much choice but to set off in search of better farm land.
Side note - the afternoon I was here I had a chance to speak with a rancher from the area. He told me who owned the property and that a couple from Billings, Montana had came to inquire about it. They wanted to tear it down and move it to their property and re build it. The owner told them that the church would stay right where it was until it falls.
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