Birth of Upper Missouri Recreation

I will never know for sure but I think I was present when recreation on the upper Missouri river got its start!

It must have been in the middle to late 1950's and it was generally known that the area between the brand new or about to be built Fred L. Robinson bridge south of Landusky was to tie north and south Montana together in a way that had never been tied together before.

All of a sudden there was a paved road going from Malta to Grass Range and on to Billings. That was big news for recreationalists and historians alike because all of a sudden the heretofore little seen but much known abo...