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While traveling we play a little game to see if we can spot license plates from all 50 states in the USA. Yesterday we saw our 50th state plate, Rhode Island. Wow. Earliest in the year we have done this. (revision - OOPS, Sraddha just told me the earliest she has spotted all 50 was March 23 but that is without my help). Latest was December 19, and some years not all 50.
Now that we are traveling and I am ...
... cats". Enough said.
We are logging an average of 150-200 miles per day. Driving has caught up with all of us so today has been declared "Slug Bug" day. We are laying low for most of the day. I actually have an appointment today for routine service on the Jeep and plan to get a haircut (more likely all of them cut).
Which brings me to the real subject of this post. How many miles to drive in the RV? Our first trip ...
... of that fire--cracks in the rocks and burnt bottoms on the trees.
All and all it was a nice drive and we are spending the night in Ponderay, Idaho. Tomorrow we'll head to Montana and the Glacier ...
... follow. Once there we all sat down and made sure to touch CR(chimney rock). We saw the area where it recently calved and a large portion fell down. We took in the amazing view before taking a piece of it and heading back.
We scrambled down the boulder field and then matt and I checked out the bottom of the waterfall. It was pretty cool. We then went back towards the snow and filled our water bottles right where the snowmelt turned into a stream. ...
... t how it usually was. Not a real swimming hole at this
point. Too much water passing thru it to be a swimming spot. At
this point we turned around and decided to let the river try to carry
me down stream. I jumped in feet first ahead of me to deter any
debris or rocks I would come across. The river gently grabbed me and
carried me gingerly along its currents. I had to get up in a few
spots, but generally was able to flow downstream. ...