The Day The Yellowstone Died

A riser on the Yellowstone just outside of Livingston _ Steve Dally image

“I’ve always found it hard to trust a town that didn’t have a river flowing through it. Livingston, Montana, where I’ve called home for the past 13 years, seems to be an eminently trustworthy place.

Most of the people I know here rely on it in one way or another for income, recreation, solace, or some combination of all three. We don’t often call it the Yellowstone. To us it’s just the river.” Callen Wink for Men’s Journal

River guide Callen Wink’s observations on the closure of the Yellowstone River and it’s tributaries to recreation this past summer.