A few weeks ago, I was riding the river in Montana with my wife and daughter, watching a beautiful sunset.
The river looked so beautiful and clear that we wondered if it would never dry up.
And it didn’t.
We’ve been paddling along it since the summer of 2010.
It’s one of the few rivers in the world that has a long, slow drying season.
There are so many lakes in Montana that never dry, so the rivers have been a sanctuary for some of the country’s most endangered fish and wildlife.
But it’s been more than 30 years since the river’s last lake dried up, and a lot has changed since then.
As the year ends, Montana is home to the largest herd of wolves in the United States, a population of more than 2 million.
In the past decade, the state has lost more than 400 dams, dams that were designed to keep the river water at bay.
The last one closed in 2003, and it’s now considered one of Montana’s most important natural resources.
The dam in Glacier National Park is now the largest structure in the country, but it is a relic from the past.
The first dams built in Montana are built to hold back the flow of the Mississippi River, a river that feeds from the Gulf of Mexico.
In 1960, the federal government built a dam that would eventually hold back that river, and the dams that once held back the Mississippi were also built to keep out the Missouri River.
Today, it’s one giant dam and it holds back the Missouri.
A century ago, the river was more than two-thirds the size it is today, and dam builders thought the Mississippi would be able to fill in and turn the river into a big lake.
That’s not what happened.
The Mississippi River has been losing about a quarter of its capacity each year since the early 1960s.
And dam builders realized the river wasn’t going to be able for another 40 years.
They realized the dam’s capacity was finite, and that it would not be able ever to be filled.
Dam builders built new dams to keep up with the demands of the dam-building boom, and they built dams at a rate of about two every five years.
That meant the dam builders had to build more dams every year, and at a higher rate.
That means every dam built to fill the Mississippi has to be more than twice as expensive to build, and every dam that gets built has to have a bigger and larger footprint than before.
Dam construction has become a major industry in Montana, which is one of just a handful of states in the U.S. that is not a state.
Dam-building has exploded in the past 30 years, and Montana has become the largest dam builder in the nation.
But this is all happening in a state that’s struggling to build new dams.
Dam developers are pushing the limits of their engineering capabilities, and new water sources are being discovered far too often.
That could be disastrous for Montana.
The state has more than 700,000 square miles of lakes, rivers, and wetlands.
Most of them are shallow, shallow enough to allow people to paddle their kayaks through.
They’re also pretty big, with a volume of water that is roughly the size of the Chesapeake Bay.
The rivers and lakes in the state also are among the most heavily polluted in the US.
More than 1,300 river and lake contaminants have been detected on the Montana side of the river since 1991, according to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.
In 2017, there were more than 1.7 billion gallons of water in the river, more than any other river in the contiguous United States.
The amount of polluted water in one year is more than the volume of the entire Mississippi River.
There were more contaminants detected on that river in 2017 than the entire state of Texas combined.
In addition, the amount of pollutants in one day in the Yellowstone River, the Missouri, and Yellowstone rivers is about three times higher than it is in Montana.
It has become so bad that a few years ago, it was considered one-third of the nation’s polluted river.
This year, the Montana EPA warned that the state’s drinking water quality is likely to worsen.
Water from the Yellowstone and Yellowstone River in Montana was found to be contaminated with mercury, cadmium, and lead, according of a report released last week.
It was found in some of Montana river and stream water.
And the water that flowed through the state in 2017 was found by the EPA to be so contaminated it could be hazardous to human health.
Montana has a population density of more people than the state of New York combined.
And that’s just one part of the problem.
In other states, the pollution is worse.
Wyoming has about one-tenth the number of residents as Montana does.
And Montana is a state with a population in the middle of the pack.
A study released this year found that Wyoming has more polluted