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... going out to Targee for a lift up to the top of the mountain, where Mary Pat & I enjoyed the beautiful array of alpine flowers while M J walked, slid, and ran down one of the slopes, all topped off with a great dinner at the lodge. No wait/////there's more. On the way home, we stopped and had ...
... for us was for us to ride pavement north through the Bitteroot valley (Bitterroot mountains to our left/west) to Missoula under overcast skies where spent the night. We were a bit disappointed at the way the day turned out, but only mildly so. All things considered, we reminded ourselves we have very little to complain about… very, very little.
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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 ...