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... it's entrance. here a war party had encamped about 2 months since and conceald their fires." Subsequently the creek was renamed Monture Creek for an Indian Scout.
Just before arriving in Missoula there was a wayside historical marker at the town of Milltown. Next to the marker was a statue of Lewis with Seaman atop a section of Douglas Fir log. Another photo op with Amer
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... br> Descending into rural Montana we passed the town of Sula and stopped for a cold drink in the picturesque village of Darby. Just as we were leaving a motorcycle gang called the "Farm Boys" rolled through, looking like throwbacks from the 1970's on their minimalist black and chrome Harley choppers, all ape hangers and engine, bandanas and leather jackets flapping in the wind. You almost expected to see Peter Fonda appear ...
... NOT my fault...Mr. John decided that HE needed a chocolate chip frappe! Of course I helped him out with it but I really didn't need one. Really. I promise. Truly. Closer to Missoula the trees became much larger. Some of the big hills we passed showed evidence of past forest fires. They looked so barren...it was sad to see. On the slopes that were not affected by the fires, the trees were quite large and made for a very nice scenic drive for us. It was amazing ...
... there touring the building and watching great videos about the conservation of elk by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF). What a magnificent animal! Love to hear their bugling during mating season.
After lunch we went to Walmart to get provisions ...
... I guess it’s a weekend thing), and where I planned to work people were eating bar-b-q! As a result, I couldn’t take pictures today. This was slightly frustrating (like, when I crossed Snyder Creek in GNP!) but also somewhat liberating.
I got up early and was on the road before 8am. I decided to stop by the Logan Pass Visitors’ Center parking lot to a short break (last rest rooms for a while) and to pray LoH. ...