Days Inn Missoula
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... I bet not one of those 320 would ever get ulcers.
was currency, then Hulett would rank high in the richest towns in America.
from Wyoming to Montana was going to be via secondary highways such as the 112
For most of the journey other traffic was missing. The occasional car or truck would go past and then we would be on our own again. The landscape stretching out before ...
... take back, then eat all the leftovers for dinner.
We begin our journey to Ohio tomorrow. Not sure what type of Internet service I will have along the way. There certainly will not be many photos as we have made this trip a number of times! We do not plan on making any tourist stops.
Wish us safe ...
... then pottied the hounds. D reminded me that we still needed to get dinner. But none of us were really too hungry. So we decided on a trip to Coldstone for an Ice Cream Dinner. The kids were THRILLED at that suggestion.
Once back to the hotel we all had much needed showers and D worked on downloading all my gazillion pictures, while I snoozed. Tomorrow is, thankfully, a sleep in day!
GASP!! NO PICTURES TODAY!!
... and even then they don't really show the majesty of this country. Into Glaciers National Park. The Road to the Sun. People have told us that it's a great ride. In fact it's ok, but the scenery is, I don't know, like a tourism NZ Fiordland video shot from a helicopter, except your on a bike on a highway. And not that busy a road either. This was spectacular. Over Logan Pass, yes another one, and down the west side ...
... have to be prepared to pack out at least 110 lbs of eguipment, chutes, and clothing. We also got to check out a plane that they jump out of. It was all very interesting. We got there just after a group had left to fight a new fire in the Bob Marshall Wilderness area.
Smoke jumping was first proposed in 1934 by T.V. Pearson, the Forest Service Intermountain Regional Forester, as a means to quickly provide initial attack on forest fires. ...