I was going through out photo archives today, and despite the general lack of rain in this collection, I couldn’t help but think of Elephant Revival’s Break in the Clouds. Scroll through these pictures while you listen to the song, when you finish, click here to learn more about the band behind this hauntingly beautiful music. […]
Archive | May, 2014
Despite its name, Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park has nothing to do with Lewis and Clark. They didn’t find it, they didn’t see it, they didn’t hear about it. They did row up the Jefferson River in the canyon below, but they had nothing to do with the Caverns. So, beyond its name, […]
Founded in 1908, the National Bison Range celebrates its 106th birthday today, May 23, 2014. For information and directions, visit the Virtual Montana website.
To celebrate 75 years of State Parks, Virtual Montana is going to profile a state park each week. Here’s the first in our series: Makoshika, outside of Glendive, Montana.
It may be hard to believe, but spring is creeping into Yellowstone. Baby bison are bouncing around, and shaggy elk are getting more active. But you may wonder how Yellowstone’s animals weather the winter cold. Here’s a list of some of the Park’s most iconic winter residents. With temperatures that usually hover around zero (Fahrenheit) […]