Blossom's Bed and Breakfast
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... backroad was really windy but the gradient wasn't too bad. I did have a few rest stops and took some pics.
There was some left over snow in a few of the mountains and the wind had a really cool edge. After cresting the Pass, it was an easy and quick fly into the village where I found a diner and ordered my first course - Huckleberry pie. Soon followed by second course - a burger and sweat potatoes fries.
... Red Beans and Rice. The only mistake we made was to order the large size when the small would have been plenty.
Tomorrow we are heading south into Idaho. We will be passing through the Sawtooth National Forest on our way to Hailey, ID. The weather has been warming, so we're looking forward to a bright sunny day!
205.4 miles today
6968.6 miles total
4.659 gallons today
167.537 gallons total
What do you have for breakfast the day AFTER you go huckleberry picking? You have them on your cereal!
Today we were up early so that we could attend the Saturday Market downtown Missoula. Temps were in the 50's, but to reach high 80's today. No rain in sight....
The Market consists of three areas: produce, crafts and miscellaneous. The craftsmen are so talented! Many ...
We began our day early so we could do some sightseeing on our drive today. Another beautiful day in the low 80's and NO humidity.
Our stop today will be at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. We were there during the 80's with kids in tow and wanted to ...
... that a local non-profit is going to use to teach kitchen skills to disabled adults. Kathy has developed many research projects and her own company, all focused on nutrition knowledge/skills in group/individual homes for the physically/developmentally disabled. It was this set of skills and knowledge that attracted the folks in Portland.
We later went for a walk in a nearby neighborhood and learned from one of the residents that the snow ...