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Wed Oct 1st drove out to Promontory Summit location of the Central Pacific & Union Pacific Railroads met on May 10, 1869.
Watched as they moved the two replicas from storage shed onto tracks as they had done in 1869.
Then continue west for 5 miles along rail beds. ...
From Glacier, we made our way down through Idaho and went to Craters of the Moon, seeing lava fields, cinder cones and spatter cones. We stayed in Arco, the first city in the world to be lit by atomic power. Then on to Brigham City, Utah just north of Salt Lake City. We went out to Antelope Island State Park to go for a swim in the Great Salt Lake. Ugh!! We had to do it just ...
This morning I sent Josh off on his race. I helped him pack his stuff in the car, told him to win a first place trophy for the Mighty Nilbog, and went back to bed. Today also begins the second leg of the trip. I'm a little sad to be leaving Utah. For me, this trip has always been about finally seeing Yellowstone. ...
... morning. We stayed for that ceremony then headed back to pull out. We had a 320 mile drive left for the day. 60 miles of that drive was in the park which we were worried might keep us past dark. After 2 roadworks that was down to one lane, we hit the park. 35 and 45 mph made it kind of slow, then we hit the first animal sighting with cars half off the roadway on both sides. Trying to weave two ...
We left the KOA camp at 7:15 am. The last landmark we noted in Dillon was the stately building of University of Montana Western - it seemed out of place in this small town. As we passed Clark Canyon Reservoir, we noticed a huge bald eagle sitting quite nonchalantly on a fence post. When we passed Dubois, we saw a sign pointing to Crators of the Moon Lava Field which was formed some 15,000 to 20,000 years ago and still had active forces ...