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While most Americans have no idea what's inside the great state of Montana, I LOVE this state! It's breathtakingly beautiful, home to my favorite National Park, Glacier National Park, and is filled with (mostly) independent minded people I enjoy interacting with. The state is varied and has several small interesting cities each with its unique …
On 06/19/2012 we started our day off by eating at a combination restaurant/casino (very common in the Missoula area). Given that I had never played Keno before, it was our game of choice, winning Dave and I $30 after subtracting the start-up money. After lunch and gambling, we hiked up to Weir, a natural hot spring located in the Lolo/Clearwater …
This morning we woke up and rocked the water park,
then got ready for our long drive, from morning 'til dark.
We crossed the state line from Wyoming to Montana,
around lunch we were hungry, and wished we had a banana.
The terrain here is more mountainous, and a little less boring,
although a ways into our journey, Jen was caught …
... from wildfires? Dramatic sunset? Rivers and stream? Yes! This rich variety of landscape that all flows seamlessly into each other. It soothes, surprises, delights. I feel wealthy and alive here. And happy to again have the privilege of passing through.
During today's journey, we crossed the:
- Tongue River
- Little Bighorn River
- Bighorn River
- Crow Indian Reservation
- Yellowstone ...
... goodbye to us. See photos. The border patrol officer was very friendly. He asked the usual questions, then asked "Any guns or ammunition?". Brian said “I wish”. He laughed and said “Those Canadians don't much like guns; welcome home”. To make the trip a little less boring we took a two-lane road that goes around Flathead Lake. It was ...