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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.
... 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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... 15kms & 6 hours after we left our hotel room, we dragged our achey legs up a flight of stairs & entered our room once again! A quick rest before we grabbed the truck keys & took of in a search of a fishing superstore We drove back to our hotel & walked across the road to the Overland Express for dinner. We had a great dinner & a couple of beers & are now planning our day tomorrow ...
We are not having much luck with the weather up here in the northwest. We spent most of the day under a low ceiling, black billowing monsters in the sky which did prove menacing at times. Check out my photos. And the sky did open up on us for about an hour in the early afternoon. But we didn't allow it to dampen our plans. We had a good day.
We left Kalispell, MT at 8:20 AM, 63 degrees and headed for Glacier National Park. It took us about 45 minutes to get to the ...
... historic "last chance gulch" area of downtown Helena, and walked through Reeders Alley, which has preserved several original buildings of the mining era of Helena. Had some of the best home made ice cream ever at "the Big Scoop" in the downtown historic walking mall - a must if you ever get there.