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It was a rather boring day of driving, 200 miles on the highway. One thing about Montana, there sure isn't much traffic compared to the Bay Area or even Reno. Maybe even Anguilla! As interstate driving goes, it was a pretty route. We stopped at a Wheat Montana place - quite a setup, with a bustling deli/bakery/store next to the mill. We saw lots of …
... on the other side.
Somewhere around the Wyoming/Montana border, we passed a crew working in a field that we speculated was potato or beets -- definitely root vegtables.. Several machines were at work uprooting the vegetables and putting them into a semi truck. It was a crop we hadn't seen yet thus far on the trip along the road.
The haze that we had seen as we approached the Bighorns the night before remained with ...
... between Riggins and the top of Lola Pass.
Road construction always present in Idaho during the fall - but I guess that's what we should expect when we wait to travel after families have all returned home for the school year :-)
Great weather today other than the smoke!
... RV Park with Yogi Bear and BooBoo.
Because there isn't much to blog about yet, here are some of Marianne's random thoughts from the road.
- Grand Teton National Park is beautiful and more dog friendly than Yellowstone but Yellowstone has so much more sightseeing to offer.
- People in Utah, Wyoming and Montana are REALLY, REALLY nice.
- I want to experience living on one of ...
... the whole day driving, stopping every 2 hours for a comfort break. As we headed east from Seattle, the landscape changed quite a lot, from very green around Seattle, to more grassy when we crossed the cascades. We went through the thin bit of Idaho and into Montana, which is very lovely. The very warm weather took me by surprise.
After setting up camp (the tents took a little while ...