Submitted by Sammy Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Humans are humans; we tend to like some of the same places on the landscape no matter who we are and when we are alive. This means that some of the same places were occupied over and over. The view from Lookout Mountain must have been as compelling to prehistoric Native Americans as it is to us today.
What makes a location more—or less—attractive to human visitors or inhabitants?