The Lodge at Turning Stone
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... a glimpse of a songbird trying to chase off a hawk perched on a fence post. Good luck little buddy! Oh wow, I just saw a VT garden flag waving "hi" in a yard in Choteau. Hokies are spread far and wide.
We stopped at a wayside for a sandwich, some chips, and a potty break. Let me take this opportunity to explain that most of the campground restrooms and ...
... or at least the paved road, ended just past the bar. We were not willing to eat
dust for 30 miles to Butte. We drove past farmers bailing sweet smelling hay and through rocky canyons deep with the smell of Christmas trees. The Wal-mart in Butte provided us with bug spray and a few other camping supplies that we were out of or decided would be helpful with the next part of our trip. I ...
... Boy. It was good to have a day of downtime in a comfortable, well-furnished cabin. We drove into town so I
could upload pics to Facebook and my travel blog. In town Bud bought a beautiful antler knife crafted by local artisans. I found a very nice grocery store and got supplies to make fried chicken, mashed potatoes and broccoli casserole. We simply rested for the evening.
... We made
it back to Grant Village and while Bud loaded the bike I sat on the floor of the post office to charge up my laptop and cell phone. We left Yellowstone around 5:30 p.m. out the west exit and an uncertain stopping place for the night. We took route 287 past Earthquake Lake
and found a boon docking spot around 9 p.m. at their visitor’s center. We were both exhausted.
... They served up hand-patted hamburgers with home-cut French fries. It was good! We found a campsite at Soda Butte campground in Shoshone National Forest. I was just a little concerned with all of the grizzly caution signs and aggressive mosquitoes the size of hummingbirds. Buddy unloaded the bike and we took off for the Bear Tooth Highway and Red Lodge, Montana. On my, it truly is an amazing ride! More hairpin turns, freezing ...