While it may come as no secret to avid and voracious readers of WRWT (all 3 of 'em) that the sparkling riffles and remote bottomlands along the North Fork of the Flathead River which forms the western boundary of Glacier National Park in northwest Montana is one of my favorite places in the world (it sucked me in completely the first time I saw it), few words can do it the justice that Graham Coppes photography does in the following multimedia slide show. If you can resist booking a campsite for next season at Kintla Lake, Bowman's Lake or Logging Creek campgrounds after viewing this slideshow then your a better man than me. Don't forget to turn up the volume on your speakers.
Fall on the North Fork
Was that a fifth of Black Jack that I saw on the dinner table in that one shot?
Bonus link for fellow North Fork junkies:
North Fork Preservation Association
Let's not ignore those South Fork junkies:
Trouble in Paradise?