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... began the final steep section. Having already climbed ten miles on what should have been a six mile climb, we had to push our bikes up the final section which was frustrating. But we both agreed, this was no Lava Mountain - this was rideable stuff, we just didn't quite have the legs today. Where Fleecer does deserve its reputation, however, is on the descent. It is incredibly steep for about half a mile. We walked down and were glad we had, as we met someone at the bottom ...
... back on the road I asked if there were any more theme parks on our way...I'm not sure if they heard me because nobody answered.
Mom was very excited about driving through Wyoming and especially Montana and said it was some of the most beautiful scenery she had ever seen. We finally got to the Rainbow Ranch in Big Sky Montana about 10:30 at night. We were exhausted and went right to bed. I'd have to say this was my favorite day so far.
... and had a vanilla cone dipped in cherry coating at DQ . . . mmmmm. I left there up a very steep (10% grade) mountain pass. As I hit the apex it looked very dark below. I stopped and put on my rain gear again . . . I am glad I did! It was raining hard in the valley and I learned my new waterproof boots aren't . . . Grrrr. I pressed on hoping over the next range it would get ...
... go Dog Sledding. It was the real thing. We both got to drive the sled and we went out into the wilderness. The dogs truly love pulling the sleds. If you fall off - don't let go because the dogs will continue running without you. If you ever get the chance to do this - jump at the chance.
The last couple of days of our trip to Montana we went and stayed two nights at Mammouth Lodge in Yellowstone National Park. The full day in ...
... 8217;t get the hiking thing. So we raced through Yellowstone in an hour, thought the Badlands were the coolest thing ever but were bored after the 2nd scenic turnout. I remember when I left Michigan I said “if I ever see a tree again, it will be too soon.” How things change. Enough philsophical musings for now.
True to form, as we are right outside Stanley, it is COLD. In fact, the whole town of Stanley was like driving through a cloud. fog? Not sure what ...