The Missouri River, formed by the Gallatin, Jefferson, and Madison, is a popular floating destination and offers great fly fishing in areas.
Kurowski, Becky Edwards
I lived in Montana for eight years without ever actually leaving "Bozeman." Sure, I skied at Big Sky, backpacked the Beartooths, cycled Yellowstone, and soaked at Norris. However, I never escaped my Bozeman bubble when I was home. Read more >>
“In the beginning of this record I tried to explore the nature of journeys, how they are things in themselves, each one an individual and no two alike. Read more >>
West of the rising moon and east of the Great Divide flows a still-wild stretch of the great Missouri River. Read more >>
"Rivers are highways that move on," observed Blaise Pascal, "and bear us whither we wish to go." If you wish to float back in time this summer, to a place little changed from the days of Lewis and Clark, where the watery landscape resonates with the histories of American Indians, fur trappers, an Read more >>
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