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Another work day for Bryant, so Keith and I headed about 20 miles East of Missoula to a Ghost Town named Garnet located in the Garnet Mountain Range. Sign along highway:
Between 1890-1900 the city of Garnet was a boom town of over 1,000 residents, seeking ...
... across this lovely bit of yarn-bombing. I'm not sure what this structure is, maybe a bike rack of some kind? [For the uninitiated, yarn bombing is "a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber rather than paint or chalk."]
On Monday, we spent a lot of time shopping for my ill-fated trip to the Tetons. Tuesday, we drove down to Anaconda, which the locals pronounce "And-a-conda" using ...
... settling into our campsite, we noticed smoke in the hills nearby. There is a fire! It looks close but one of our neighbors said it is not as close as it seems and the wind is blowing the opposite way. In any case we kept our eyes on it for the rest of the day. We settled in, we have to go to a grocery store to pick up some things. We get directions to the shopping ...
Out stay in Missoula has been amazing!! It is not everyday that you wake up to see the mountains out your hotel window or that you swim in a lake with the view of snow covered mountains in the background! Wow! Getting in our fist night was a relief. We were so happy to be out of the car and unpacked. Next morning was swimming in the hotel of course. We had lunch with John and met up with Kippie a little later for dinner ...
... actually we did!) trying to spot animals. Getting to see them up close was such a bonus! All the volcanic activity in the park was awing and pretty crazy when you think about it too! We understand why Yellowstone is such a popular place and why people keep coming back time and time again. We would love to see it in the Fall or even Winter but that trip may have to wait for a few years! We are already looking forward to it!