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... of a rodeo show. That was our final day there. At this moment, we are in Missoula and will be leaving shortly for Glacier National Park, but breakfast first. Will send a couple pictures along and will get back to the blog so you can vicariously be with us. Love to all &keep the prayers coming. June & M j ...
... of the Rockies, I imagine) so there is no direct major route to Yellowstone. Dad took a chance and took this alternate route. As a passenger, it was impossible not to notice the struggle the truck was having hauling the camper up the endless hill. When the truck revs that much, the MPG drop to around 4-5 MPG and it wasn’t letting up. All I could think was how windy and mountainous the route to Yellowstone was last trip. ...
... The hikers were hungry for pizza and beer upon returning to Missoula, so that was our dinner! We topped it off with some of that Big Dipper ice cream again. Oh, so overeating!
The weather has turned very hot for this time of year. Keith and I are glad we have the hotel to retreat to at night. Bryant installed a small air conditioner for their apartment, as it has no central air.
... the walls of silver dollars and the kids shopped for there souvenir. That's where Josh got the Memory game about Montana and Yellowstone.
It was after 4:00 MDT by the time we left and drove on to our camp for the night. This time the phone maps took us right to our destination, Beavertail Hill State Park in Clinton, MT
Leah and I fixed ...
... on such long drives. May be when we don't have a schedule to keep, I will be brave and drive with no reservations. We left Rufus 8ish, and drove from Oregon, to Washington, through Idaho into Montana. It was fun driving 60 or so miles along the Oregon side of the Columbia river. Idaho, especially lake Coeur d'Alene was beautiful. Driving through Montana made me think that it should be the evergreen state. I thought it was funny that there ...