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Day 8 Nov 5
After a beautiful night's sleep and being well rested, it was time for an awesome day. While walking out of my cabin I grabbed some flowers to smell. I proceeded over to my vehicle. While on my drive I realize I needed to get some gas so I decided to stop at Greybull. It was a nice little town with friendly people. I went to go …
... crossing around noon and had about six cars in front of us. We were selected for an agricultural inspection and were asked to pull over into a parking area. A very nice gentleman came out and asked what type of food we had on board. He purposefully directed his questions to me and said that he could tell from our ages that I had probably done the food packing. I told him that ...
Our journey from Red Canyon progressed northerly with little excitement. For the first time, we stayed in Pocatello at a "budget" Passport America RV park. It was basic, but worked fine. We left there early and headed to our hometown, Butte, Montana. A stop in Dillon to buy groceries and fuel up was our only break. We lunched in the Safeway Store parking lot midst a sunny, warm but windy day.
Pearl performed fine. We stopped ...
... after a soul destroyingly slow morning we managed to arrive at our wild camp early, washed in the creek, ate, had two hot chocolates and got an early night. Also encouraging is the fact that we have read that this was one of the toughest sections on the whole route. Not only this, but thanks to the last two days of effort, we have just 17 miles to ride to get to Butte. We have just read that a new alternative route has been mapped from this area which avoids ...
... to discover gold before heading home. There are shops, restaurants, The Big Dipper, a great ice cream shop where I contributed to the economy on several occasions (Mexican Chocolate yum) and gorgeous 19th century architecture.
On top of the Atlas building (see photo), the architecture shows flames on a metal ledge at the top of the building while salamanders (mythical creatures believed to be immune to fire) play above the flames. The central figure ...
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