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... along the way. He dropped me off on the main drag in Ennis to browse through some of the shops. A quick trip to the grocery store and we returned to the cabin to make plans for moving on to Glacier National Park. Buddy
remarked that he was surprised that with such abundant sunshine and breezy conditions we had not seen any solar panels or wind farms anywhere in our Montana travels.
July 5, 2014 Starting mileage on the truck 62,442, trip miles 2,433.
Last night we boon docked at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center. Although it was getting dark as we parked, I could still see a huge mountain that looked like it had been left raw
by dissection. In the morning I walked around outside of the visitor center (it did not open until 10 a.m.) and read ...
... We made
it back to Grant Village and while Bud loaded the bike I sat on the floor of the post office to charge up my laptop and cell phone. We left Yellowstone around 5:30 p.m. out the west exit and an uncertain stopping place for the night. We took route 287 past Earthquake Lake
and found a boon docking spot around 9 p.m. at their visitor’s center. We were both exhausted.
July 2, 2014
We boon docked last night at Super Wal-mart in Cody, Wyoming. Pulling out of the lot, we
took route 120 to route 296, which led us to Shoshone National Forest, Cooke City in Montana, and the Bear Tooth Highway. Bear Tooth Highway is one of the most famous scenic byways for bikers. So, it is a must for us. On the way we stopped at the Chief Joseph overlook that was populated by thick-furred ...
... see the massive rock jutting out of the Earth for miles
before we got to it. I climbed the steep trail to the base to take some pictures. The area is a beautiful mix of pines and gigantic weathered boulders covered in pale green lichen. People were climbing on the talus of boulders and I could see a lone climber who was a mere speck of red far up the column. We left this area and headed on to our ...