Lewis and Clark Caverns
Montana Outdoors Magazine, July-August, 2004
By Scott McMillion
This is a story shaped by water in all its forms: tiny drops and rushing torrents and rising vapors, rainstorms that slicken hillsides and droughts that crack them open, gullywashers that uproot trees and ice that can break a stone. It’s about the greatest of floods, and it’s about the warm mist of your own breath.