BEST WESTERN PLUS Heritage Inn
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Very nice but stoopid water won't get hot....
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Mostly a travel day through Montana as we only had one sight seeing location picked out. Very pretty ride through back roads of Wyoming and Montana. Although we did 480 miles, less than 50 on the interstate Highways. The back roads have 65 or 70 (sometimes 75) MPH speed limits. Lots of ranches and a few small towns.
... as though he had just fired his gun and killed a buffalo to eat, was admiring his kill when a grizzly started to chase him. His gun was not loaded (that took some time, as this was demonstrated in the interpretive museum in Washburn). He ended up running into the water and by some miracle the grizzly wondered off, leaving him alone.
June 4th - Travel to fort Peck, MT stayed at the Downstream Campground. Our optional ...
From the introduction of "Bicycling The Lewis & Clark Trail" On May 14th, 1804, Capt. William Clark, accompanied by a contingent of four dozen men, began traveling upstream along the Missouri River from it's mouth at Wood River, Illinois. Capt. Meriwether Lewis was in St. Louis finishing up some business. He would meet the others in St. Charles on May ...
Got going this morning and initially the road was pretty straight and flat. As we crested the mountains it got beautiful, scenery and ride. However, they call Montana the Big Sky State. It's huge. We've found out that it is the 3rd geographically largest, and only has 1 million people living in it. Great Falls is the 3 rd city, and has a population of 65000. Anyway, as we came out of the mountains and onto the vast plains that are the homes of huge ranches, even today, it ...
... on dirt and gravel....Now, if you read the previous post about Sturgis you will see that Cliffy and I have had our fun on slippery, gravel, dirt roads..... to say we were a litte gun-shy would be an under statement.
Was nice to sleep in a little and relax instead of trying to be packed on riding by 7am as usual. As Glen mentions today was going to be a stress free short day of riding onto our next nights accomodation,
All started well ...