GuestHouse International Inn & Suites
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Day 7 and I can't believe it has been a week since the wedding. Time is flying. Today we traveled to Lewis and Clark Caverns which, as we found out, weren’t actually visited by the explorers. The tour lasted about 2 hours as we trekked through low ceilings, tight walkways, and steep stairs. Our guide was very knowledgeable, and we even saw some bats! We saw a lot of interesting caves and rock formations while being a mile underground.
Our next stop was ...
"The roads and boardwalks are deserted. The doors sway in the wind. There are no children laughing and adults gossiping. The gold rush is long over. It is but a memory left in old dusty journals. With nightfall the spirits return to tell their tales." -Sue Kaiser.
Bannack, Montana... once a bustling mining town and the first territorial capital of Montana... now a ghost town telling its story to another generation...
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... after crossing the state line we also had our second Born Free sighting of the trip.
Our trek took us past old, crumbling walls and jagged fields of ancient lava flow. That particular sight always fascinates me. Towards the mountains we saw huge alluvial fans that had spread out into the valley below. At this point we were following the California Trail which is always an interesting historical note. As we crossed into the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, I think we were ...
... the park. I removed all my rain gear and got back on the road. By now the temperature was really rising. The air temp on my bike said 95 degrees and I was getting hot even with all the natural air conditioning.Because of the high temps lots of thunderstorms were starting to pop up and I was dumped on several time. It felt like someone was standing over me dumping buckets of water on my head. During one of the storms I looked to the right and about 200 yards away I saw a huge wall of ...
... of climates and geography. We set out north on 75 which followed the Salmon River down through plush green spruce/pine/fir forests. And as the river dropped in altitude the trees disappeared and the mountains became barren and the temperature rose. However there was always a strip of green running down the floor of the valley. It was just a different ...