Missoula Val-U Inn
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... following morning I continued on hwy 2 until Hungry Horse where I turned onto nat hwy 206. This was a nice straight road but after a few hundred yards, the shoulder disappeared and for the next 10 miles Nelson and I got to share the road with American drivers. In that horror stretch I copped more abuse and swearing than I've had since Anchorage. There was even a massive monster motorhome which passed really close to me. It was towing a runabout car - ...
... bear country! A great place where the air is clean and the skies go on forever. We are now in Montana. Darby looks like a great place to live - a big house with lots of out buildings and 10 acres of land will only be about $400000 .
Another Super 8 tonight, so we know what to expect - a good level of comfort and of course the two queen sized bed for me and my room mate Andy Stoddart.
... it was...just a small ember would burn everything.
After several hours it was back to Missoula for dinner. The temps were in the mid-90's and we were ready for some airconditioning. I had put in a pot roast in the morning, so it was ready for eating when we returned.
Another great day with 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!
... him again - I walk slow and stop to take pics. In the end though, Denis whistled and eventually there were four of them on rocks looking out - we expect they were trying to understand who this foreigner was and why did his language seem so different from theirs. This monument bears the signature of Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is said to be "the only remaining physical evidence found ...