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... away, but were having great difficulty finding a supermarket - although we ate some free plums - so we asked for directions. A lady started giving us driving directions, but when we explained we were walking she promptly ushered us to her car and drove us to the supermarket! She waited outside and then drove us back to the campsite. How kind was that?! We like Bigfork :) Thank you Gretchen. We stayed up talking to a pair of other tourers, James and Dan, who were on their final ...
... so we bought those there. But, I can’t remember the name of the City! Oh well, onto Eureka, Montana.
We read about this place on the map we’re using for our trip from Canada to Kalispell, Montana. It’s called Cafe Jax, and is known for it’s milkshakes.
... we were there, a bus came
in with a girl’s softball team from Idaho. It appears that they have to travel a long distance to find competition.
It was hot again today but we are at a higher altitude, so it is only in the high 70’s. It does
cool off at night, however, and from here on it should get cooler. We are heading due north. The nights are good for sleeping and tonight we will do just that. We ...
This year I got the opportunity to bring my wife Kathy with me so she could get a full dose of what
I've been talking about incessantly for the past year. I'm pretty sure she gets it now.
I'll be adding to these pictures and editing them for awhile but here's a ...
... down route 2 with my rain gear on, rolling through patchy drizzle. When I stopped at the gas station to check the air in my tires, and get some milk, I noticed my rear wheel was not rolling through the brakes again, so this time, loathe to take half measures, I disconnected the rear brake entirely.
Emily had mentioned that one of her favorite places to go was the Hungry Horse Dam, and I had been having waking dreams of making oatmeal under some sort of pavilion, so when I saw ...