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... a Honey Jack night cap and it's time to call day 2 and hit the sack.
Going to be a interesting day tomorrow as we venture back in to Nevada! This boy needs to go stealth mode, car is need of some modifications, so it's going to be an early morning for some custom work on the S2000! Stay tuned ... This will be the most dangerous section of the trip!
Need to be focused, so day two is over and out!
... from the "other side."
We got home in the early evening, just in time for Pizza leftovers. Then, Lynn unloaded the coach while I worked at making blocks to add to the automatic leveling jacks. We did this so we could open the slide room and show the neighbors as they dropped by. It also lets us get into the bedroom closets to unload and fabricate more shelves.
Today we worked at re-loading and I had a chance to make one shelf for the ...
Today we had a rather long travel day departing LGA to Chicago to Bozeman Montana. We rented a car and took Interstate 90 west crossing theGallitan Jefferson and Madison rivers the three rivers forks which may be the actual headwaters of the Missouri. We then went on a road along the river as Lewis Clark did. On Monday we go to the state Capitol and historic society and head towards great falls. We will stop at the Gates of mountains boat tour. August 12 Today we started at the ...
... at the Wilderness Gateway Inn.
Finally we got to Helena, the capital of Montana. We drove into it on Euclid St. and were confronted by little more than casinos and pawn shops…I guess where you can go sell your soul to play a few more games at the casino. It didn’t give me a good feeling about Helena. They are everywhere, on corners and in strip malls. Not the face I would want on my State Capital.
We checked into our hotel at 4:30 PM. ...
... distance. We make a pit stop in Augusta, MT, a small cowboy town that is charming and friendly to have a little break. We chat with locals and visit the general store. Our next stop is in Browning, on the Blackfeet reservation. We visit the Museum of the Plains Indians, which features the history and art of the tribal peoples of the Northern Plains.
Next stop.. Glacier National Park!
On the way to Many Glacier, we make ...