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... the feast we will have on arrival in Lima, imagining row on row of chilled, fresh fruit, veg, and meat in the supermarket. Our imaginings were somewhat shattered when we checked the listings for Lima on the map: population 231, grocery store Exxon garage. Not quite the metropolis we were hoping for after five days in the wilds. Hence, tomorrow will include a side trip to Dell, a tiny town, but one with a grocery store. Please be open on Sunday! Even with the side trip, ...
... see the view in daylight hours. So different to our landscape. Here it’s rolling white meadows of snow with pine trees of all heights poking through, dark stream running quickly downhill with moulded, smooth banks of snow. So tranquil, pristine and breathtakingly cold!!
Our entry into Big Sky, Moonlight Basin was so beautiful. Stone arched entry with snow on top, pine trees strung with fairy lights in front and beyond. Got to the main lobby to check ...
... I was cold and wet. See my happy picture at McDonalds in Idaho Falls. I pulled out my iPad and booked a room from there.. A hot shower did wonders. I ate and am doing laundry in the hotel . . . Ahhhhh clean DRY clothes. Tomorrow I will check out Craters.of the Moon and route into Oregon or Washington based on weather.
Today was my most physically challenging but still ...
Today we visited another builder who showed us some of their houses. I didn't like these builders as much as the one from yesterday. After the meeting with the builder we relaxed at home for a while before going to a barbaque hosrted by moonlight (the place we bought our property from). The barbaque was great fun for everyone but me because of how they lacked vegetarian foods. After the barbaque we left and went back home to fall ...
... muchw better wildlife than Alaska where otters and bald eagles were the only wildlife sightings.
Just stopped at another Lewis and Clark historical site. I think that makes 2,349 on this trip. Seems like there isn’t a spot that didn’t have something to do with Lewis and Clark or Sacajawea. (Birthplace, found this stream, crossed here, etc. etc. etc) It’s like Captain Cook in Hawaii. Every town has a Captain Cook memorial and I swear he’s ...