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Today was another L&C day. The Corps of Discovery passed about 20 miles south of Missoula on both trips (east and west). They camped at a spot they referred to as "Travelers' Rest" on the trip west from September 9-12, 1805 (I missed the 208 year anniversary by three days!) and stayed here on June 30, 1806 on the trip back east (this is the point where they split up on the return trip: Clark went down the Bitterroot ...
Today was a great day finally cresting Lolo Pass and entering Montana. That was something I didn't think was going to happen several times during this trip. I finally got to visit the Adventure Cycling Association Headquarters, long a dream of mine. I was chosen or I should say Betty was chosen to have a classic black and white photo taken for the office walls, and maybe the official magazine. Everyone gets a polaroid picture taken ...
After another restful night, Bryant, Keith and Priya were off for another day of stream fishing.
Ruth Ann decided to stay at the apartment to do some laundry, catch up on my blog, and make lasagna for dinner. I am sure the crew will be hungry when they arrive. It has been such late night dinners. Hopefully, we will have fish Monday night for dinner.
Tomorrow (Monday) we head to Spokane, ...
... The sky was so hazy, every mountain range was hard to see, in a "fog". You can see it in several of today's photos. We couldn't quite understand since the sun was shining, and the cloud cover was very light. Somewhere in Montana, we could distinctly smell wood smoke, and it finally occurred to us that the haze is from wildfires. Of course! And sure enough... there are currently 5 fires burning in Montana, 2 on its borders, ...
... to find him in the next state!
Our journey across Montana took forever since Tommy had to drive about 50 due to winds that nearly blew us off the road. Thank heavens for a sway bar that he added to the RV. Otherwise, we may be in a ditch somewhere!
We stopped in Bozeman, MT and went to the SIMMS factory. They make fly fishing gear and apparel. The factory does not conduct a tour, but the girl at the front took us ...
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