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After several hours of berry picking we began the journey back to Missoula. A slight detour took us to Rainy Lake for a few fishing casts to see if the fish were biting today. Good thing Bryant had his license as the Park Ranger paid us a surprise visit.
Arrived in Missoula about 5:30pm so Bryant ...
... was a very smokey haze from all of the fires in the West. We were told that the jet stream brings in the smoke from the Northwest down into the valleys of the mountains. Even through the haze we could see the snow on the mountains and this is July!
... to see it go. That said, I look forward to staying somewhere without wheels. Having a van was really neat, whilst we were driving we could just stop and have a cup of tea. The only negative was that whilst we were driving the back seats were very uncomfy. We've seen loads of animals throughout the trip, two black bears, a big moose, an elk ...
... in 18 battles, skirmishes, and engagements in which more than 100 soldiers and 100 Nez Perce (including women and children) were killed.)
Following the Clearwater River, we rode over Lolo Pass into Missoula, Montana for the night. About a 300 mile ride.
Out stay in Missoula has been amazing!! It is not everyday that you wake up to see the mountains out your hotel window or that you swim in a lake with the view of snow covered mountains in the background! Wow! Getting in our fist night was a relief. We were so happy to be out of the car and unpacked. Next morning was swimming in the hotel of course. We had lunch with John and met up with Kippie a little later for dinner ...