Old Man and the River: Senator’s Fight for Montana Waterway

National Geographic: Daybreak on August 8 found me on a bank of the North Fork of the Flathead River in northwestern Montana, among the mixed tracks of deer, otters, and grizzly bears, marveling, as I have a thousand times before, at the near-magical transparency of these waters. The bottom stones stood out as if on display under glass. Decades ago, my wife and I built a cabin nearby. Across the river on the east bank, in Glacier National Park, the campers were stirring in their tents and the first cars were snaking......

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