The Big Rock Candy Mountain: Great Falls
It was two o’clock in the morning when Bo hit the outskirts of Great Falls. Through the uncurtained front of the car the air was cold, with a faint remembrance of leaf-fires in its smell. Across the river on his left, the high stack of the copper smelter went up like a great dark lamp chimney above the huddled houses of Little Chi. Downriver he could see a glow of light from the power station on Rainbow Falls. (333)
Wallace Stegner. The Big Rock Candy Mountain. New York: Penguin Books, 1991.