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June 9, 2015 (Clark's eastbound July 13-14, 1806)
It was a short travel day with little to do with Lewis and Clark. I traveled as close to Clark’s route towards the Yellowstone River as I could. I’m not sure how LC knew the location for the Yellowstone River but I assume it was from information they gathered from the Indians. I did stop at ...
... Bozeman. Good atmosphere, and beers, plus we watched some of the NLDS baseball playoffs (St. Louis v. LA Dodgers). It's a wonderful place, plus, The Bacchus Pub was absolutely packed down the street. We kept forgetting it was Friday night!
Now we are headed west to visit another friend of ours in Spokane, Washington. Hopefully the trip goes smoothly, and safely. Until next time friends! Keep calm and adventure on!
... terminus of the Bear Tooth Scenic Highway which follows route 212 to Cooke City, Montana, which is at the northeast entrance to Yellowstone. During the day we were in Montana, Wyoming, Montana, Wyoming and Montana.
The eastern portion of the highway has spectacular scenery. Number of switchbacks as we climbed up to Beartooth Pass at 10,947 feet. Snow on the higher elevations all ...
Landing in Bozeman, MT after leaving the woods turned out to be the perfect situation for us. I quickly got acquainted with Chris’s old friend, Dave, his girlfriend, Renee, and their super comfy home.
We just happened to arrive at the same time as another one of their college buddies, Eagle, came into town. The guys kicked off the weekend with a canoe trip down the Yellowstone River. Since this also coincided with Renee going for a visit back ...
... I wanted to see as by now my butt was really sore and I needed to get off the bike. Wayne was having a similar problem as it turns out. Anyway, he turned in and I got off the bike with gratitude. We took quite a long break as we still had several hours of riding ahead of us. Wayne was a bit surprised at the time, then clicked that we had lost an hour through a time change, rather than a riding speed. Nothing specific to mention with ...