This is tale of a vacation to an extraordinary place. Sixty-five million years ago, an interior seaway covered much of North America. An island there would have been an idyllic spot. One could sit on the sandy beach of a tropical sea and watch the sun set behind the Rocky Mountains.
For a million Euros, Peter Green offers a chair on that beach and all the champagne you can drink. His Montana Isle Resort is a little rustic, but the setting is spectacular. There’s a catch, of course. Not even Mr. Green knows about it. Sixty-five million years ago, the world nearly ended, and Montana Isle was at Ground Zero.