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... Three Forks. By this time it was 7pm, so
we got our keys and headed up the road for dinner, which closed at 8pm. The food was beautiful and we decided to go back for breakfast before we left the next morning.
We came back after dinner and had a look at the map to see which way we were heading and then all went to bed. Breakfast was at ...
... would like to camp at this nice park on my return. This is the place where the Jefferson, the Madison, and the Gallatin rivers all combine to create the Missouri River. I spent the day walking all the park trails
with Seaman and then doing a bike ride into the town of Three Forks (about 5
miles) for a beer and dinner. Thunderstorms were brewing when I left town and I hustled back ...
... the Continental Divide by what is now
called Gibbon’s Pass. The trail led
down to Big Hole Valley, where Sacajawea could really be a guide. Holding to her landmarks, on July 8 they
reached the place where they had sunk the dugouts in a pond last August
23. There was a furious digging to raise
the Cache – after more than six months of abstinence they could chew and smoke
tobacco again. ...
... 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 ...
Slept in and met down for breakfast at around 9 to discuss potential route for the day. Have now broken the back of the distance required to make the journey so pressure off to cover long distances. Today we are in search of special places and scenic drives. Called in at the Great Falls Big Sky Harley shop on our way out of town. Sim bought herself a new helmet and the Gypsy finally purchased the leather jacket she had ...