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... and josh will tell you-"mom and Dad are totally obsessed with Lewis and Clark". So it was pretty cool to get there---
But if I'm being honest it was a little anticlimactic at the summit. there was a beautiful log cabin-style lodge for a visitors center/ but it was closed by the time we arrived. There was a walking loop to see wildflowers (which of course Mike couldn't do and the boys ...
... to us. We
did recognize the stadium and the big M on the mountain!
We also found the music store (guitars, etc) Blake worked in
while in school. We stopped in and spoke to the owner who remembered Blake!
That was nice. They enjoyed working together and it was nice to see for
We wanted to walk downtown but weather did not cooperate. We
did find an ice cream place so that made up for the weather.
... most of the way. The infamous Lewis and Clark used this pass as they traveled from what is now Montana to the Columbia River.
We finally reach the turnoff to Powell Campground. This place is probably the most developed area that we have seen on highway 12. It sports the Lochsa Lodge, the very large Powell Ranger Station complex and a large forestry campground. We head down the road towards the Ranger Station/campground. We come to a fork in the road where ...
... 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 ...
... hour drive the next day or 2 six hour drives. Everyone agreed it would be better to get a good part of the driving done the first day then have more time the second day to do whatever we wanted.
We got up early and left by 7am and arrived at the Jellystone in Missoula a little after 3pm. There was two border parties that day (Idaho and Montana) and we drove through 3 National Forests (Mt Baker ...