Montana Outdoors

March 23, 2010

No-name Falls

No-name Falls

This is found at the northeast end of Dog Lake on the Flathead Indian Reservation.

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  1. Such nice, soft, flowy water.
    Beautiful.

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    Comment by Stacey Dawn — March 23, 2010 @ 8:22 pm

  2. Perhaps you should name it, something suitable like Montucky Falls. Looks refreshing.

    Malcolm

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    Comment by knightofswords — March 23, 2010 @ 8:27 pm

    • I will have to call the tribe: it may have an Indian name but doesn’t appear on the map.

      The flow now is about a tenth of the volume it would normally have this time of year and this time there is no more snow above it. It may be dry by summer.

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      Comment by montucky — March 23, 2010 @ 10:08 pm

      • Yes, it could well have an Indian name. A low flow level this early in the year doesn’t bode well.

        Malcolm

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        Comment by knightofswords — March 24, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

        • The lack of water this summer will be a very serious problem. I have already found small streams that usually flow all year, dry already this year, two that I’ve never seen dry before.

          I was going to call the tribe today and see if they had a name for this waterfall, but I had to respond to a house fire this morning and a grass fire this afternoon. Hopefully tomorrow.

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          Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:01 pm

  3. What a beautiful waterfall!

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    Comment by kateri — March 23, 2010 @ 8:30 pm

    • Thanks kateri. It is now and I’m glad I visited when I did.

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      Comment by montucky — March 23, 2010 @ 10:09 pm

  4. Ha, Montucky Falls! Perfect!

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    Comment by Bo Mackison — March 23, 2010 @ 9:42 pm

    • If it were, I think I’d have to take better care of it, Bo.

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      Comment by montucky — March 23, 2010 @ 10:11 pm

  5. How beautiful and silky. You can see where the falls hits the rocks on the way down. Love the deep, rich colors of the rocks and moss.

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    Comment by Anna Surface — March 24, 2010 @ 5:32 am

    • The way it is situated, the sun doesn’t hit the moss wall and the moss is watered by spray.

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:02 pm

  6. Another vote for Momtucky Falls!

    I was going to ask how the flow was. Looks like the Spring snows are hitting south of you. Same weather pattern as what’s been with us all winter.

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    Comment by Scott Thomas Photography — March 24, 2010 @ 7:52 am

    • Yes, the same pattern has persisted all winter. Tomorrow the forecast is for rain, but lately when it does rain it is not much ore than a mist; no accumulation.

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:03 pm

  7. yep,…. Montucky Falls, for sure!

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    Comment by Cedar — March 24, 2010 @ 11:16 am

    • If my pager quits going off I’ll see if the tribe has a name for it. I’m a little surprised though that they haven’t at least maintained a nice trail to it, but they haven’t.

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:05 pm

  8. I don’t know about a name but I wish I were sitting there right now.

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    Comment by burstmode — March 24, 2010 @ 11:37 am

    • Not a bad spot to sit a spell burstmode, especially in the heat of summer. It’s shady and the water is cold.

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:06 pm

  9. I like water coming out of rocks. Can’t believe someone hasn’t named, though.

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    Comment by Sandy — March 24, 2010 @ 3:12 pm

    • I will do more research, Sandy. I use Forest Service maps of the Lolo National Forest for this area. They show some of the Reservation, but not all of the names of streams and places. I haven’t been able to find a good map of the Res.

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:08 pm

  10. Nice water flow movement.

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    Comment by Candace — March 24, 2010 @ 7:11 pm

    • With the low flow rate, the configuration of the rocks behind the water is somewhat visible which is actually more interesting to me than the falls with a higher volume of water. This photo of it was taken last year, and the perspective is different, but you an see how much more flow there was,

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      Comment by montucky — March 24, 2010 @ 8:12 pm

  11. I like this a LOT, Terry. Particularly the harder edges where the water is glancing over each successive layer of rock. Just the right amount of silkiness. Very cool!

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    Comment by edvatza — March 31, 2010 @ 4:30 am

    • At first I was lamenting the low flow rate this year, but because of it, one can see the structure of the rocks and I liked that.

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      Comment by montucky — March 31, 2010 @ 8:00 pm

  12. Fantastic photo.

    The “Montucky Falls” is like a bride’s veil. Good job!

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    Comment by sartenada — March 31, 2010 @ 11:10 pm

    • Thank you. It is like a veil: I had not thought of that!

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      Comment by montucky — April 1, 2010 @ 9:21 pm

  13. Aaaaahhh! On a hot summer day just to sit with one’s feet in this ice cold water is heaven! Great shot. Lovely colors, grand depiction of this luscious waterfall, Terry.

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    Comment by Iona — April 11, 2010 @ 2:34 pm

    • There’s also a lake near this falls, Iona, if you really want to cool off. It’s near Rainbow Lake on the Flathead Indian Reservation.

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      Comment by montucky — April 11, 2010 @ 7:30 pm


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