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.
Helena’s architecture defies classification. To begin with it was a gold rush town—filled with saloons and brothels and dirt covered prospectors. Some of this remains in the tangled skein of roads that follow old footpaths, and in many buildings’ false-fronted western flair. In just a few short years, however, the town had become the epicenter … Read more