The White Cliffs of the Missouri

“The hills and river Clifts which we passed today exhibit a most romantic appearance,” writes Meriwether Lewis in his journal entry on May 31, 1805. Describing the White Cliffs of the Missouri, [...]

The Explorers Club

It’s 2015 and crowds gather up and down Main Street Fort Benton. They’ve turned out to watch the Summer Celebration parade, same as they do every year. Only this year, there’s a new float in the [...]

Fort Peck

The construction of Fort Peck Dam was funded by the PWA (Public Works Administration) as part of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. The 250-foot-tall, 21,026-foot-long dam began being built [...]

The Wild Horse Race

Known as the “granddaddy of Montana rodeos,” Wolf Point’s Wild Horse Stampede has charmed fans since 1921. With its PRCA events, street dances, and famous Catholic Burger Stand, the Stampede has [...]

The Missouri Breaks

The Missouri Breaks National Back Country is a mostly isolated area north of Lewistown inhabited by an abundance of wildlife. Elk, deer, antelope, big horn sheep and hundreds of species of birds [...]

The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas

By Brad Reynolds You don’t have to be a Buddhist to appreciate the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, though I’m sure it’s a blessing to Montana’s small (and often overlooked) Buddhist demographic. [...]

National Parks Centennial

In 1872 Yellowstone was established as the United States’ first national park. This area was intended to be used as “a public park or pleasuring-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the [...]

The  Rojomo Expedition

By Brad Reynolds A good adventure story includes many elements – colorful characters, treacherous settings, antics and mishaps, trials and triumphs. Roland Taylor will tell you that the best [...]