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... of a rodeo show. That was our final day there. At this moment, we are in Missoula and will be leaving shortly for Glacier National Park, but breakfast first. Will send a couple pictures along and will get back to the blog so you can vicariously be with us. Love to all &keep the prayers coming. June & M j ...
Having turned back, we were now committed to re-tracing our steps down the mountain back to the Salmon river and making our way around to the East, at which point we hoped to resume the route that Claudio had laid out. However, when we stopped at the nearby Forest Service office to get a report on whether the route we had planned (over another 8500+ foot pass) was open, we were informed that it was not.
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... trees, and green grass that Maggie much appreciated. They thought she was wonderful, and she thought she would like to stay longer! She especially enjoyed the treats. We were lucky enough to boondocks in their driveway.
Uncle and Aunt took us to dinner at a fabulous local restaurant worthy of more than one Michelin star, and the food served was all local produce, fish and game. We chowed down happily ...
... quite remarkable and it was filling too!. Thoughts while Pedaling: I have a confession to make. I didn't tell you what happened at the Adventure Cycling Headquarters in its entirety. You see I was taught by my father never talk about a ladies age or her weight. It's been good advice until now but I'm going to break it now. You see after Betty had her B&W picture taken she was weighed with panniers water and provisions. I'm sorry to say she's fat! She weighed 99 lbs. ...
Yesterday was a transition day. We stopped at Walmart in Butte and stocked up on some fruits and vegetables. Stayed at a Forest Campground in Flathead National Forest. It smelled like I was in the middle of a pine scented Yankee Candle. We walled down to Holland Lake and watched a doe eat and walk around our campsite for over an hour. Better than any reality show. Next stop ...