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Stephandalex stayed here on Jul 7, 2010 during their trip titled: Rio to Tokyo 2010.
We met my parents for a few days of camping in Glacier National Park. Immigration issues prevented us from leaving the US so they came to us! Glacier was beautiful and we saw a bear!
We're in a very beautiful part of the USA...very close to Yellowstone National Park. The day before we arrived here in Red Lodge, we learned about bear maulings in a neighboring town...Cooke City. Bear, smare...we're moving to Alaska. We've heard some of the town folk talking about seeing bears in town...they're definitely here but we've only …
Portland: Amazingness. Also thank you so much to Jennie for hanging out with us and cooking us delicious food at her Cafe Hibiscus http://www.martinsswissdressing.com/ Anyone who goes to Portland should go there and say hi and eat their delicious food. The coffee is the best ever: stumptown.. you can buy it in Philly in headhouse square and I …
2010 U.S. Road Trip – Day 29 -
7/17/2010 – Dillon, MT
This morning my wife made an educated
observation about the town that we stayed in last night. As we were
driving down route 12, the Lewis & Clark trail, she noticed that
the next town was Lewiston, ID. We had stayed in Clarkston, WA last
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