20 Sep Canoeing through historic lands, Montana’s Missouri River Breaks
The river was wide, cloudy and flat, not what I’d expected of historic headwaters. Its banks were so thick with mud that I hesitated to wade in. But my husband was waiting in the stern, so I got in the bow without a word, and we pushed away from the landing.
As we glided into the main channel behind our guides and two other couples in canoes, I wondered why we had flown from