Our Springback Binders allow you to bind your papers by just folding the front cover back on itself and inserting your pages, when the cover is closed the edges of the papers are gripped tightly in book format. At any time you may easily remove or insert more pages into these reusable binders.
That is where the Madison, Jefferson and Gallatin Rivers come together. And the source of the Jefferson is Brower’s Spring,…which feeds down to the Gallatin via Hell Roaring Creek, right? Hey,…guess what’s right there? The place where Redford filmed that last scene of “A River Runs Through It”!
Though the copper plate has not been located, the site of Brower’s Spring is believed to be at about 8,800 feet (2,682 m)  on the north fork of where Hell Roaring Creek divides near its source. It is commemorated by a rock pile. Hell Roaring Creek flows west into the Red Rock River, which flows through Upper, then Lower Red Rock Lakes, west through Lima Reservoir, and then northwest into Clark Canyon Reservoir. From Clark Canyon Reservoir the Beaverhead River flows northeast to join the Big Hole River, forming the Jefferson River, which with the Madison and Gallatin Rivers form the Missouri at Missouri River Headwaters State Park at Three Forks, Montana
The Springback Binder is a unique binding method offering an attractive yet durable way to present loose leaf pages without the need for punched holes or sleeves. Each binder is made by hand in our UK workshop.