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... together in Spokane, WA.
Drove to Kalispell, MT and spent the night with my cousin Lynn.
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Spent the day touring Glacier National Park with Lynn
Drove to Missoula, MT to break up the drive to West Yellowstone
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Drove to West Yellowstone, MT (which is located just outside Yellowstone National Park)
... catch up.
Our added mileage was worth it as we bypassed poor roads and arrived in Drum in time for a great supper Jord and Janet made. Little Ryker has grown so much! Visiting,cards and hot tubbing were the agenda next day and it was not near enough time to get in all the cuddling with babe that I needed...
arrived in Lethbridge to see our sweet Éva , Yo and Brad.the 21st . Their house is ...
... of their lives. Very impressive. Buffalo Bill's section was also wonderful. He was a very unique and colourful character, who became larger than life, and was tough and clever with a natural ability to hunt and track. He later became an entertainer with his own travelling show and he performed for Queen Victoria and met the Pope and was one of the most famous people in the world at that time. We walked out of ...
... blue skies of Montana abounded. Big sky country or as I say big sky, big country, big mountains - it has it all and also goes on and on like the prairies as I would come to think by afternoon. A good drive with no big scenic attractions but lots of country and rivers. We did consider a stop at the Madison Buffalo Jump. Having been to the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump near Fort MacLeod, Alberta we wondered how this would ...
... ND. More rolling hills, rivers, hoodoos and rimrock cliffs. Jack says its exactly like all the cowboy and Indian movies we watched as kids, and still almost totally undeveloped or populated. We lunched at a picnic area near Wibaux, MT. As we approached Billings, we passed by the road leading to the Little Bighorn battlefield, where Custer was killed by Sitting Bull. The site is located a few miles south of the town of Custer. We did make a stop at ...