|~ CROSSROADs ~|| A
commissioned report for the National Science Foundation
re: ~Down @ the Crick~ or Field Science by Wireless
written by Terry Casey ( aka email@example.com )
Tuesday, May 5, 1998
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|owdy from the heart of Montana! Welcome one and all to a good, old~fashioned show 'n tell complete with all the Western hospitality we can muster up from the Treasure State of these United States. We're mighty pleased that you stopped by today...We're fixin' to take you to a Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing angler's paradise...Did you bring your fishing pole? First thangs first...Make yourself comfortable...Kick back...Put your boots up and sit a spell.|
want to tell you a tale that's bound to bring a smile to your face...We
are proud of our stewardship of our surroundings, specifically always watching
over some of the finest water in America.
"We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change
the course of history."
the heart of Central Montana, agriculture reigns...cattle graze and amber
waves of grain blow in Chinook breezes that come and go with a comforting
regularity to interrupt long and sometimes harsh winters. High above...the
snow~capped Big Snowy Mountains, an island range within nearby Lewis and
Clark National Forest, cap the second largest aquifer in the continental
United States and catch clouds in this fertile, Big Sky Country returning
captured moisture to go with the flow of world class springs bubbling up
from wetlands...far below.