Take a tour of Jim Horn’s curation of over 1,600 sheds in Southwest Montana.
Near the headwaters of the Missouri River in Southwest Montana is a history museum like you’ve never seen. You won’t find a miner’s headlamp, old models, or the first microwave. There’s no admission fee, no wristbands, or entry stamp. This museum – built by miles logged and sweat spilled – holds the history of the Headwaters written in bone, and Jim ‘Antlerman’ Phillips is its one-man curation team.