Broken Spurs Motel
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June 8, 2015 (Clark’s eastbound equivalent 7/8-12/1806)
Today’s route followed very closely to the route that
Clark’s contingent took east from the Big Hole Valley and down the Beaverhead
River (they had named it the Jefferson).
I left Bannack State Park but decided not to take a gravel road that
looked like 17 miles of washboard and followed Route 278 to Dillon. Dillon has a ...
... Paris”, so we hopped on our bikes and rode from our campground on the Jersey side over to the Jersey State Park just east of the campground. This is a very big grassy park stretching along the Jersey side of the Hudson River. It contains the old Great Union train station which was the terminus for New York bound trains from the south in the early 20th C. The beautiful Edwardian station building and its platforms are still intact… the fenced ...
7-3-14 – Thursday – Miles City, MT to Three Forks, MT
Huge old cottonwood trees filled the Miles City KOA campground and their cotton seeds filled the air so that it looking like it was snowing. We saw our first snow capped mountains nearing Big Timber, MT on I-90. Just by chance, we witnessed our odometer turn over to 40,000 miles. This momentous event happened near Wineglass, MT. Cheers!
... zero! We stopped for gas just outside of Helena, Mt. and asked if they had an air pump. Sure, but it would be next to impossible to get our rig up to it. A fellow gasoline patron chimed in and told Mike about a place called Al Chaffee Tires.
It was in the middle of a neighborhood, and down a gravel drive, but boy were they busy! They checked everything and found that ...
On the way out of Yellowstone today I hit one of those fallen rocks the signs are always warning you about. Better that than a bison, elk, or bighorn I suppose. It was a little one, and I almost cleared it, but almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. On pulling over, there was fluid flowing out near the drivers side front wheel at a pretty rapid rate. My bet's a brake line, but we'll see what the experts say. Of course middle-of-nowhere Montana doesn't have cell coverage, so ...