Virgelle Merc-Canoe Co.
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... compared to what they must have looked like.
Once back in Choteau, we climbed a hill behind our campground and watched the sun set behind the Rocky Mountain Front. Our niece, Rachel and Shelby and her boyfriend Aaron flew in later that evening and we got Rachel settled in with us while the other two commandeered ...
... s family at their motel.
This morning we traveled onward to Raynesford... We met the family at Michel's Station, Mikey's nephew Steve's body shop right on the highway. We hung out and visited until all had shown up and then off we went up the hill to spread the ashes.
The climb was a bit tretcherous as it was steep and through spiny hawthorn bushes. Steve had opened up the trail for us, so it was ...
... an increasing rarity today) and were filled with interesting shops. It was good to see community businesses meeting the needs of their residents without the Wal-Marts and McDonalds of the world. Just north of Billings we witnessed an active wildfire. Ground and helicopter crews were hard at it to contain the blaze and protect nearby ...
... split their time primarily between BC & CA, coming home to Alberta for Christmas, and sporadically throughout the year. The US limits the number of days they can live there to 182 and if you exceed that you can be excluded from entering the country for up to 2 years so he needs to be very careful.
As such he only has about 4 or 5 days for this trip. He left Thursday and drove to Kalispell and we'll be meeting today in Shelby.
Another day of travel has put us back in the USA. We enjoyed our time in Canada and have always found the Canadian residents pleasant, but it was nice to get back where we use miles and gallons rather than kilometers and liters. Multiplying by .6 or dividing by 3.5 gets tiresome after a while.
As we passed through Calgary we decided to stop at Olympic Park instead of just driving past. We have passed by the site of the 1988 Olympics several times, but this is ...