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... br> physical strength and endurance required of the Corps members to complete this
overland detour. Montana has one of
the largest and best LC Interpretive centers located on the river between Black
Eagle dam and Ryan dam. The river now has 4 dams on the stretch of
river that the Corps had to portage around.
Even with the dams the river fall and cascading water is still
impressive to see. ...
... pretty. Our conversation convers many topics and at times we just ride silently watching the landscape go by.
As we near Coutts, I tell Heidi in a matter-of-fact way that we have to soon be careful about what we say as I am convinced that there are microphones in the pavement below the cars and that border guards can hear what is being said. She gives me a disbelieving look and then tells me that there are no microphones they are satellites that ...
... that the lineups are to get into the USA and not into Canada. We would hate for the RV to overheat while in the line, waiting to cross. Just stopped for a light breaky in a very desolate pullout south of Conrad, MT...cooked up all the rest of the bacon and had BLT's without the L and without the mayo as we are all out. It really is time to get home! Ron spent the time on the roof, making sure the awning....you remember...that was our first thing to go wrong....anyway, ...
Great Falls, Montana is where it all starts. Our fearless leader has done this before but the rest of us are new to this kind of grand adventure. I hope our leader knows what he is doing.
We are all seniors on the trip of a life time. We are 5 couples, 2 dogs, and 1 bird along for the adventure. We have all started this grand trip at different times and from different locations but will all meet up in Great Falls ...
... of the buildings. The facility at the Pillar had probably the most creative visualization of an idea that I’ve seen yet. The main sidewalk winded its way from the parking lot through the visitors’ center and out to the Pillar. It had a distinctive concrete band running through it, and this band was designed to accurately represent the path of the Yellowstone River from beginning to end (the headwaters are towards the Pillar ...