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July 6, 2014
We awoke to a cool Montana morning. I whipped up omelets and toast for breakfast. Pidge and his wife, Peggy, stopped by for a nice visit and gave us tips on what to see in the area. The Harley headed to Butte via Pony, Montana. Pony, an old mining town, has a bar and several buildings in various stages of crumble. We had to U-do-it and go back the way we came because ...
... eggs for breakfast, packed up, and took off for Ennis, Montana to meet Tom Hoe’s brother, Pidge. I blogged for a good bit of the hour-long trip and did not pay much attention to the surrounding mountains. We hooked
up with Pidge who led us to the family guest cabin. It was so nice to do laundry and cook in a full kitchen. Bud got some much-needed TV and dozing time in ...
... We made
it back to Grant Village and while Bud loaded the bike I sat on the floor of the post office to charge up my laptop and cell phone. We left Yellowstone around 5:30 p.m. out the west exit and an uncertain stopping place for the night. We took route 287 past Earthquake Lake
and found a boon docking spot around 9 p.m. at their visitor’s center. We were both exhausted.
... We stopped at an alpine meadow to stretch. The rock
outcrops were covered with lichen and clusters of small yellow flowers. The birds were singing loudly and the land was dotted with clear-water kettle lakes.
As we crossed into Montana melting snow was still piled along the roadside. We arrived in
Cooke City, which claims to be the coolest small city in America. The Bistro was a great restaurant choice ...
... Flat and brown
from Greybull to Cody. I’m sure they must have made some spaghetti western there with the story line that the cowboy and the horse were both lost and wandering the desert and dying of
thirst. You know what I was thinking…some poor ******* had to put up miles and miles of fence. I didn’t see a single thing to keep in…not a cow or a horse or a ...
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