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Our 2nd day started out wet, VERY WET! It eased up a bit as we left Spokane but as we approached Coeur d'Alene it started raining harder and harder. As we climbed into the mountains approaching the Montana border, the visibility became limited due to the rain. The spray from the other vehicles as we passed them was particularly intense. Soon after reaching the summit, the rain eased and eventually ceased. Welcome to Montana!!
... 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!
... town before continuing our journey. Along the way we also came across Spotted Lake which was very interesting (see photos - add Wiki info here). We arrived at Castlegar and found a nice Super 8 to stay in, we had to pay more here (approx $155) as they were pretty full but the room was nice (huge). We had dinner next door at The Black Rooster. A pomegranate martini and macaroni cheese for me and some local beer and a steak sandwich for ...
... of area where one doesn't have to say "excuse me" or "pardon me" as often as in our beloved Shorty. But, it's not perfect.
The man who makes the decisions is off work today, so the Bruce Guy checked our our current ride, took some notes, took some pictures and asked me some questions. He'll call us in the AM and let us know the "verdict."
Rather than hang out in town, we drove toward Helena ...