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... of Lewis's eastbound route after the Corp's split up in Traveler's rest. The Nez Perce had told Lewis about an Indian trail along the Blackfoot River (near Missoula) that was a shortcut to the Great Falls. The only problem with the route were the Blackfeet Indians who would often ambush the western tribes as they tried to cross the divide into buffalo country and the area controlled by the Blackfeet. Lewis ...
... and took the 93 towards Challis.
The countryside is constantly changing as we ride; here it's more green and fertile, with more trees, but still the Rocky Mountains close at hand. Idaho is famous for potatoes, but they obviously grow other thingsas well - just not sure what they are though.
After Challis the road snaked through a canyon for about 30 miles, which would have been enjoyable if there had not been ...
... tipped mountain peaks in the back ground. This is truly a state with spectacular views almost every direction you look in. We were amazed at how very light the traffic was on I-15 on the way to Butte, Montana. Sometimes we couldn't see a vehicle in any direction! The road continued to wend its way past farms...many more than we would have expected. The topography was once again the rolling, smooth looking mountains with jagged peaks in the background. Many ...
... elevations where the weather was more mild. They covered over 125 miles in 12 days (they had horses at this point) with very little food. They were nearly starving, and many of them had frostbitten hands and feet. It was one of the most difficult periods in their journey.
Unfortunately, I accidently slipped into Idaho today – Lolo Pass is the state line between Montana and Idaho, and the ...
... in Khatmandu. Last night I recieved the information
on the rep who will be picking us up at the airport, which lessened
my anxiety regarding our arrival greatly. I say we, because as most
of you already know, I am traveling with my good friend Quinn Gordon;
who, several months ago when I made the plans, decided that he wanted
to join the adventure. Due to this company, I am must less anxious
and I think I could say the same for my family back ...