These pictures were taken on June 20th (sorry, I am just now getting them off my camera!).
The amazing thing is that this is prairie land. There was a huge downpour of precipitation in a very short length of time, and the water created this massive temporary lake.
There isn't even a stream in this area under normal conditions. I have always admired the many deep gullies that cover this part of the state, but this was the first time I had the opportunity to see, first hand - how they can become a rushing river or a deep lake!
We just happened to be on the road that day and we arrived a few hours after the storm had passed this way. This picture was taken approximately 20 miles north of Billings.