Montana's Mountain Meadow Inn
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... It's fab!
The man in the visitor centre sold us some bear spray as we will be camping in our tent in bear country for the first time tonight. Then he demonstrated how to use it and how to fight a bear if we have to. Thanks mister but lets hope we don't need to remember anything you told us. We drove to our campground a few of miles out of town and on the way we were going down a gravelly track where a herd of bison crossed our path. Wow - where are ...
... state, it soon connects with Hwy. 2 which crosses into Montana. The Kootenai River flows in the northwest corner of Montana and I stopped at Kootenai Falls. These are the largest undammed falls in the state and are quite picturesque. I met another biker from Calgary there and it turns out he has relatives in Stratford, Ontario and he also regularly visits a good friend of his that lives a couple of blocks from our home ...
... like the curves on the roads were not graded with same level of inclination that was present in other states. Because of that I felt the centrifugal force pulling on the camper more. That is probably why they have the truck speed less.
Saw lots of critters along the way several herds of antelope, a herd of elk, and what we think was a flight of whooping cranes. At first we thought they were swans, but a review of our bird book points ...
... with views to the Sawtooth Mountains at the south end. A favourite thing to do here is to take a shuttle boat to the south end and hike up into the mountains. We left Redfish Lake and drove north along the Salmon River as it dropped 1,500 feet and grew broader and faster with numerous side creeks and an "East Fork." We pulled up at the Royal Gorge Resort (really a RV Park with a couple of cabins) for the evening. We are in a cabin. The river is flowing at 132 cubic feet ...
... breathtaking. We even get to see a black bear crossing the road.
We have been told that this park has more to offer than Alaska, condensed into a lot smaller area. The only thing missing is the wild animals. And its a lot cheaper and far more accessable than Alaska is
The best part is the lack of people, as we are still in the shoulder period, so no crowds.