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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... along the river looking for fish. We stopped for lunch at the highly populated city of - Lowell, Idaho - population 23.
Settled in for the night here at Missoula, Montana and rested well after our longest riding day thus far.
We continue to head toward Yellowstone, but because we refuse to take interstates, we are told we may still be two days away. But, that's fine, whose counting? And, what day is it anyway? :-) ...
... sits on a rock prominentory above the village. Breakfast was good too! Left there and as we climbed out of the valley looked back and realised how little of the place we had actually seen over the couple of hours we were there. Then we saw a bear, in the wild, on the road. He didn't hang around to have his photo taken, but we saw one none the less. Took heaps of photos over the course of this day. More were deleted ...
... one who recommended it to us since she worked there for five years. We drove a lot more before we stopped at a movie theater in Missoula, Montana to see "That's My Boy" with Adam Sandler. The movie was pretty funny and Clay never took a break from laughing! After that, we drove a few seconds before parking in Wal-Mart for the night, along with about 15 other campers! Today was a great day of ...
Wake up in the Big Dude Motel West Yellowstone and you automatically check to see if everything is still there, body parts, material possessions, bike? Yep still all there, let's ride out of town.
And we did the earliest start for the trip; scrape the ice from the seats at 6.30am and apart from the chance of slippery roads and an air temperature of 29F, it was a clear blue morning. In the early light the country looked fantastic (Footnote: Americans don’t seem ...
... is to walk through it and that's pretty easy to do in Missoula. A good place to start is at the heart of the lovely University of Montana campus. Wander north and cross the Clark Fork River to enter the old part of town; you'll find a hiking/cycling trail along the north bank that is well used in the summer (as is its twin on the south bank). It's worth your time to walk along ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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