Years ago, my father-in-law noticed a flower he liked along the Clark Fork River in Missoula. He took a cutting of it to plant in his rock garden. Later, when he noticed the flower no longer grew in its original location, he took another cutting and re-planted it.
As a woman, Prontip Mankong was more likely to end up in prison in Thailand than anywhere else in the world. This is her story.
The holy grail of Montana fly fishing is the annual salmonfly hatch, when prehistoric stoneflies crawl from the rivers, driving fish, and anglers, to their wits' end. I chased these bugs for this story on Rock Creek.