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What a day we had. We got up early and hit the road. I can't even describe the gorgeous places we visited today. We started in Billings. MO and headed to Beartooth Pass (a/k/a Highway) in Montana. This is a 60 mile scenic ride through the mountains between Red Lodge, Montana, into Wyoming and back into and Cooke City, Montana. There are nothing but …
Left Miles City around 9 this morning and heading to Billings. So far, Montana has been spectacular - Montana is really a big state and it really is the "Big Sky" country. It's amazing to see. Even though everywhere you look is a bit different than the other - it all is spectacular.
The ride was full of valleys, hills and more valleys and …
... the chilly-bin raft the first to be secured. As concentration on the tubes increases we hear an ‘ah, who’s dog is this?’ coming from a voice upriver and heading our way. We wait in puzzlement before being engulfed in great surprise. MJ’s dog being the over-zealous type, had already jumped into the river and hitch-hiked a ride on a passing collection of rafts! Luckily enough he was eventually convinced that this ride was not in his best interests and ...
... to impact my life. One of my favorites is "The Color Green" on his "Liturgy, Legacy, and a Ragamuffin Band" CD. Here are some of the lyrics, as best as I remember them:
"...and I awoke in the House of God,
where the windows are mornings and evenings,
stretched across the sky, north to south, east to west
and I'm amazed and I remember,
Who it is that built this House,
and with the rocks ...
... lovely looking man and woman got on board and their twin girls who must have been 1 years old. They were completley beautiful little girls but I was still a tad miffed when the whole family sat behind me (however beautiful- at one years old-you know they is gonna be cryin!).
It turns out that this quiet, placid looking fellow of a father, was the most offensive pig I have ever met in my life! Im not adverse to the odd bit of swearing, infact sometimes I will do it ...