Hopefully Montana never gets one of these

Montana sky, where the majestic mountains kiss the horizon and the sprawling plains whisper tales of the wild, we Montanans find ourselves blessed with a unique charm – the absence of towering skyscrapers.

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Our state, often referred to as "The Last Best Place," has become a sanctuary for those seeking solace in the untamed beauty of nature. Without the imposing presence of skyscrapers, our views remain unobstructed, allowing us to revel in the grandeur of snow-capped peaks, rolling prairies, and expansive wilderness.

Imagine waking up to the sight of the sun casting its golden glow across the vast plains without interference. The absence of skyscrapers ensures that our sunrises and sunsets are unblemished spectacles, painting the sky with hues of pink, orange, and purple that rival any artist's palette.

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Moreover, our communities maintain a unique charm, preserving a sense of closeness that skyscraper-laden cities often struggle to retain. The absence of vertical behemoths allows us to maintain a connection with our surroundings, fostering a community spirit grounded in the appreciation of our natural heritage.

As we cherish the unhindered views that grace our landscapes, let us count our blessings for the absence of skyscrapers in Montana. In a world where urban jungles dominate, our state stands as a testament to the beauty of simplicity and the unspoiled grandeur of the great outdoors.

Wikipedia defines a skyscraper as:

"A skyscraper is a tall, continuously habitable building having multiple floors. Modern sources currently define skyscrapers as being at least 100 meters (330 ft)[1] or 150 meters (490 ft)[2] in height, though there is no universally accepted definition, other than being very tall high-rise buildings."

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