Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa
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It is starting to get real. Because we make this trip so seldom it is taking a bit of time to get ready. Not to mention I am getting old and slow. We talked to Jake and he said he is pretty excited for us to arrive. Aaron didn't want to talk on the phone but promised to talk to us in person. Now that the trailer is hooked the trip is becoming a reality.
Today we left Missoula around 1pm. The first destination is Helena to pick up a load which will be going to Salt Lake City. Not too exciting to head back to where we came from, but it's something. We're in a truck that we're dropping off in Salt Lake City and is old and creaky. We will get the "permanent ...
... in Butte at 530, a ten and a half hour day, only stopping for gas.
Found an AT&T sim card for my phone and a quick bite to eat.
Not exactly at highlight day but got the miles in. Tomorrow will be similar in length arriving in Cedar City Utah.
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... amazing windows which appeared to be painted glass rather than stained glass. A quick pit stop for a latte in the most amazing curiosity shop & we were off again in the direction of the Governors Mansion. Unfortunately the mansion was closed so we carried on trekking toward the State Capitol building. Inside the State building we were blown away by the decor, it was simply stunning. We took lots of photos before heading ...
... to rise a bit and giving us a feeling of optimism for the rest of the day. We retraced our drive another 15 miles to the highway that would take us to Helena.
We drove over a two lane highway the entire way, where the speed limit was primarily 70 MPH. And Steve said "are they crazy?" Yep, I guess they are. The road took us through back country where few people live and towns were almost not there…blink and you will miss them. Where you drive for miles ...