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... s lined up for miles. Thanks to a few impatient travelers who turned around and went to the next border crossing, it started moving. 2+ hours later and a few games of 'dice' with Chad, we are in the states. Come through the first town to find cows in the middle of it just hanging out. I must have found that funny (over tired?) cause I couldn't stop laughing. Lots more cows on the side of the highway as well. Really funny to see them not fenced in. The Montana highway was crazy! ...
... Charles, and Amelia; old friends from school.
We organized a trip to Gerry Johnson Hot Springs in Northern Idaho, one of our usual weekend haunts during our time together in Missoula. There's hardly a better place to relax. After a short walk down a unassuming dirt trail you are rewarded with two large pools of steaming water to bath in. The hardest part about the trip is getting out of the water to leave!
Being in ...
... it to the dealer and it was fixed within 90mins. It appears that Glen while being a legend bloke isn't a legend GPS installer and his job had allowed the terminals to get loose causing the bike to short out. (the dirt road section may have also been a player in this) Anyway both of us were stoked that it was a simple fix and had cost us no lost time and it was a cheap repair. By pure fluke our hotel was only 400m from the dealership so it all was ...
... heat to cool and then set off the 35m to Kalspool. I knew it was mostly down hill but fortunately it turned out to be a beautiful ride. The wind was with me, the views were magnificent and there was even a bike road for about 8m so I didn't have to worry about the passing cars.
I arrived in Kalispell happy that the 35m had been far easy than I could have of hoped having taken only 2hrs - I do like gravity and the wind!
Tommorrow I will push on to Essex - whey hey!
... and deliberately is why they attract me, I think. At one point as I was passing them, I looked left to see three or four moving in harmony, delicately and deliberately as in a ballet. I was almost killed as I stopped on the side of the road to take a video clip, which does not do them justice. No, I can't see the prairies covered in wind generators, but a farm of fifty like this can be attractive.
The eastern ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed