Hilton Garden Inn Missoula
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... the Sapphire Mountains to sift, reading, lounging, contemplating and listening to the river roll on. We'll live this life as we prepare for the ending of July, and ready ourselves for what's shaping up to be another indian summer. The rains have barely touched the skin of Montana; most fields have yellow sunbaked spots, polka dotting what's left of the crops. It's as though the Supreme decided to play with a magnifying glass in front of the sun.
These next three months while traveling, speaking, meeting with people, studying etc.. I have resolved that this journey will be so much more than just about reaching destinations, sight seeing and accomplishing my "tasks". Now for a task oriented person that's a stretch for me because there are just so many tasks to do, there will always be a to do list that grows at an exponential rate.
I'm a task oriented person, I know ...
... leveling blocks and we are OK on that. The electricity is OK...we have had better...but we are fine with that too. The WIFI is nonexistent at our point in the park, but the good news is that I THINK my hot spot will work just fine. If not, you won't get this until tomorrow! Nonetheless, we are content with our day. We have seen some beautiful sights and have been able to at least recognize that we need more help with our "fruits of the spirit"!! We drove 203 miles ...
... headed South to Route 12 to drive the Lolo Pass byway. The Pass was traveled by Lewis and Clark in 1804 on their way to reach the Pacific. It is beautiful. Lots of Lodge Pole Pines and boulders along the way. Most of the drive follows the Lolo River. We drove about 50 miles to the summit, but plan on making the ...
... worse weather and made a run for bluer skies.
i headed north on rouet 93 to Missoula for 280 miles. I am so glad I got to ride this road . . . What a blast and awesome scenery to boot. Maybe the best 280 miles I ever rode! If I stopped to take a picture of every awesome view I would be there for a week.
i was racing daylight to Missoula so I ...