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Day 15: 2165 miles
Sunday through Wednesday, June 15-18
It was fall 1992, my first quarter in the graduate program in nutrition at UC Davis. I was, like all the other newbies, enrolled in the required "how to be a graduate student" course. The instructor was a lovely man who explained how the program worked, what the oral exams were like (and crucial hint: how to choose your orals committee), and other necessary information.
... like Wyatt,
Mike, and Andy) would drool over.......just see the pics below which says it all. We were about 18 feet away when Deena snapped the pics.
Once on Crush, driving away Deena took many pics while I focused on the road ahead. Highlights included the Wallowa Mts.with peaks as high as 9k (snow patches remain, and too high for trees to grow), beautiful pics of the Lochsa River, and Deena even saw a bald ...
... t get to see him for long but were so thrilled to be able to see him at all.
There were more bison along our drive to the Sulphur Caldron and it was just as exciting every time we spotted a new one. A Ranger told us that the Sulphur Caldron was by far the stinkiest area in Yellowstone so we couldn't miss that! The boys were quite dramatic about the smell but Aimee didn't mind it and it actually made ...
At 9.30 am we drove the rig to the UPs depot, collected the wheels and then I dropped off Jo for a bit of retail therapy. Then it was onto the tire guys at Tire Rama to switch the wheels over, two hours later I was back on the road, it cost $40 for the switch out and then I took the old wheels to a scrap merchant who paid ...
... at the upper end. The lower end is 23 miles from town, the upper end is 100. Since it was our first day here we chose the lower, closer section so we could see what the river was like. After the turnoff from the highway we continued up the road for another 12 miles before entering the Lolo National Forest. From here on up the river runs primarily through public land with lots of good access points. We fished a couple of spots and landed a couple of ...
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