Gallatin River


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Gal·la·tin River

 (găl′ə-tĭn)
A river rising in the Gallatin Range, a section of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Wyoming and southwest Montana, and flowing about 200 km (125 mi) generally northwest to join the Jefferson and Madison Rivers and form the Missouri River near Bozeman, Montana.
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Engineer a pipeline plan from the treatment plant site to a new surface discharge location at the Gallatin River.
The fly-fishing-friendly Gallatin River frames this 3-bedroom, 3-bath cabin (left), set on 30 rural acres near Bozeman.
While ice crystallizes across the Gallatin River, a forest of Engelmann spruces darkens the shorelines and mountain slopes.
In the title story, a businessman travels with his girlfriend down western Montana's Gallatin River canyon until things go awry.
Owns a fleet of four luxury cars: the Bella Vista, Glacier Park, Gallatin River and Yerba Buena.
Campers also work on rodeo events in the indoor arena at the Gallatin River Ranch in groups of six.
His study area was the West Gallatin River near Bozeman.
Some of the best fly fishing in the world is available in the Gallatin River, which runs right past the entrance to Big Sky.
Highway 191 winds northward by the Spanish Peaks range and follows the Gallatin River, which offers blue-ribbon trout fishing, wildlife watching and whitewater rafting and more sedate scenic floats from bases near Bozeman.
In "Vortex," for example, Quammen renders the arcane subject of fluid dynamics accessible and highly interesting by applying its principles to an account of his own derring-do escape after he was "slam-dunked" into a "hole," a river vortex, while kayaking on Montana's Gallatin River.
There are virtually no fish in the river now and the Blackfoot drainage has been so badly denuded by Wall Street robber barons that when Robert Redford came to Montana to produce the recent movie based on McLean's novel, he chose to film on the Gallatin River instead.
7%, attributable primarily to disconnections as a result of hurricane-related damages in Alabama, the loss of primary voice access lines at Gallatin River Communications, the impact of a full troop deployment from the military bases served by the Company's rural telephone company in Georgia and a decrease in second lines served.