Travel Blogs from Wye
... 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 ...
... campground (about 40 minutes away), we took a ride through the National Bison Range in Dixon. It's a 19 mile ride through the range and of course, nothing but Bison. That's one thing we've seen plenty of, but I don't get tired seeing these amazing animals. It's just all part of the ambiance of being here.
Also passed along Flathead River. The water was such a beautiful blue/green color and crystal clear and warm. The tint of green in the water ...
... Dad mentioned the idea of maybe catching Yellowstone on the way home and returning to the highway and I quickly seconded that! After turning the camper around, it was all downhill back into town. Back on the highway, I was quickly down for the count.
Montana is a beautiful state. Despite the rolling hillsides, the highway remained fairly straight, carving right into them (at least in the first part of the state!) Breakfast occurred at a truck ...
... punches and work with what you've got. This was shared with me by
a good family friend who traveled to Tibet and Nepal in the 80s. I
was inspired and throught that it would be a good way to keep my
big thank you to my daddy for driving us all the way to Seattle for
our flight and to the moms (Christy and Emily) who put their nerves
aside to send us on our way this morning.
Missoulians in Nepal (Quinn and ...
... camper over a pick up truck had a sign on the back that was great. It read: "Past Tents"...clever!
Missoula is a college town and the last shot is the only one I took of the city. Unfortunately, we had to do a little mild RV maintenance and do some shopping and by then it was late and still raining, so we must push on...
I'm excited for all the excitement that lies ...
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