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... acting up again....I am tempted to sell her on the side of the road and rent a uhaul....I will definitely have a new streak of grey by the end of this trip. On our way to billings the whole motorhome filled with smoke that for quite a while I mistook for a smudge on my glasses. Silly me its only the transmission fluid leaking out of her and hitting ...
... the bugs and the dry air my eyes have turned this attractive shade of red, as evidenced in this, only slightly terrifying, selfie. I took this about 5 minutes after getting out of the wind so it might explain my maniacal expression.
I made it into Billings, MT about 1900h, having driven about 800 km, my highest mileage day of the trip thus far, in the worst conditions. I think given a choice, I would take pouring rain over brutal headwind. My ...
... It was taken down to the rebar and VERY rough chunky concrete. We walked over this one, too; Dave even carried his bike part way, the surface was so rough. But soon we were back on our bikes, cruising along our own free lane of the freeway until we took the exit.
The county names, at least in this part of Montana are so descriptive - Sweet Grass, Stillwater, Golden Valley, ...
... to the Indians in a valley next to the Little Bighorn River. They expected the Indians to run, as they always did, but this time they didn't. As a result of poor reconnaissance, poor planning, fatigue and overwhelming indian firepower, Custer and five companies were wiped out. Two of his subordinates, Reno and Benteen managed to survive a two day siege on a hill a few miles away.
After the battle, Custer and ...
... summer solstice?).
Today was mainly about driving to Montana. Paul and I had covered much of this ground on our trip 4 years ago, so while I enjoyed the landscape again – and nothing quite compares to crossing over Crazy Lady Creek, no matter how many times you do it – it was not new. That is, until I got into Montana (we veered west to Cody, Wyoming and Yellowstone last time). How big is Montana? Well, I-90 ...