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... E fell asleep right away, and slept for the entire 3 hours we were driving. We arrived in Missoula just before 7 and decided to run into REI for some warmer clothing for going to Glacier, JUST IN CASE. An hour and many bucks later, we left, only to run over to Target for other incidentals. I also needed some more memory cards for my camera, so we made ANOTHER stop. Then it was back to the Hotel. We checked in, unloaded ...
... places has its perks! Free camping sometimes is one of them. Thoughts while Pedaling: For the previous several days I have had the unique experience of riding upstream along the Clearwater and Lochsa rivers. For me the rapids are obvious and thundering as I approach from downstream. But you know very peculiar thing happens as soon as you are even or above the rapids the thunder becomes a whisper, a distant mild threat. Going up stream is almost like traveling backward ...
... We had some excitement on the way there when we saw 3 moose not far from the side of the road. We stopped and got out so we could watch them for awhile. It was the first time any of us had ever seen moose in the wild and their antlers were huge! Another animal to add to our large list of wildlife we've seen on this trip!
We didn't spend much time at the campground and only swam there once. Most ...
... in Khatmandu. Last night I recieved the information
on the rep who will be picking us up at the airport, which lessened
my anxiety regarding our arrival greatly. I say we, because as most
of you already know, I am traveling with my good friend Quinn Gordon;
who, several months ago when I made the plans, decided that he wanted
to join the adventure. Due to this company, I am must less anxious
and I think I could say the same for my family back ...
... The sky was so hazy, every mountain range was hard to see, in a "fog". You can see it in several of today's photos. We couldn't quite understand since the sun was shining, and the cloud cover was very light. Somewhere in Montana, we could distinctly smell wood smoke, and it finally occurred to us that the haze is from wildfires. Of course! And sure enough... there are currently 5 fires burning in Montana, 2 on its borders, ...
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