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... t be coming back through Dillon on my
return). Just north of town is a tall
rock formation that Clark used to survey the area and map the two rivers that
join the Beaverhead in the area. I
climbed to the top of the rock and was able to stand on probably one of the few
places where one can say they stood where William Clark stood. I continued north following the river until
I reached Lewis and Clark ...
... rib dinner we were served on their front porch among hanging plants, twinkling lights, candles and tiki torches. A beautiful night. One of Jim Lovell’s hobbies is brewing beer and boy was it good!
7-4-14 – Three Forks, MT
A little Three Forks history:
The three forks of the Missouri River were discovered by Lewis and Clark in 1805, located at the historically significant site ...
... saw some 'Cantalope' (as the boys used to call them). We also saw a hillside with a herd of the prettiest black horses you ever did see. They just looked majestic.
Turns out that they are statues. They got us!
We stopped early today at Three Forks, Mt. It's just a quaint little campground amongst horse ranches. There is supposed to be a thunderstorm tonight! I sure hope so!
... chicken strips, boneless spicy chicken wings, and onion straws, with lots of sauce. Louis had the Devil's spit burger and I had ribs and chicken, which came with corn on the cob, barbecued pineapple, and cornbread. Delicious but far too much food. Because of the wait we got the sample platter for free, so we got the whole meal for ...
On the way out of Yellowstone today I hit one of those fallen rocks the signs are always warning you about. Better that than a bison, elk, or bighorn I suppose. It was a little one, and I almost cleared it, but almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. On pulling over, there was fluid flowing out near the drivers side front wheel at a pretty rapid rate. My bet's a brake line, but we'll see what the experts say. Of course middle-of-nowhere Montana doesn't have cell coverage, so ...