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Hi all, The days are running together with the heat frying my brain. I spent a few days driving down from northern Montana thru Dillon and one night in sun valley and last night in elk bend, ID. I'm in salmon, ID tonight. The a/c is insufficient in the trailer and so moon and I made the tough decision to begin heading home as the heat is not going to let up anytime soon. ...
On the 28 today I had the same worry... do any of these small towns have a gas station? Turns out, just about every one of them does! I was driving for such long lonely stretches, not seeing a soul, going my direction or the other, and thinking - there's nobody here! Well, you go through lots of that, then you find where everybody is. Salmon, actually turned out to be a good-sized town, bustling with business. Who knew! It's just tucked away in the middle ...
... the 200, which goes to Sandpoint, and the 2, which goes to Bonners Ferry. Eventually I'll work my up to the 2, via 56, a beautiful (there's that word again) drive.
Back on Wednesday, five days ago, I'd finally made it to Lander (Wyoming), then had to weave through town to find the 131, the small mountain road that would take me to a National Forest, always my goal. Good road, steep climb, ten miles to Sinks Canyon State Park, and beyond that, Shoshone National Forest. It ...
Then it was up a long, winding road over a high mountain pass (6900 ft) with lots of very tight corners. Thank goodness there were barriers along the way, BUT the engine overheated again! Downhill was just as steep ...
... I reached Black Foot Idaho. Heading NW toward Arco, Challis and Salmon I passed the Craters of the Moon Area of the Lava National Park followed by a 130 mile run along the Western side of the Continental Divide. Last year I fell in love with Montana side of the Mountains, this year I got to appreciate the Idaho side.
The last 75 miles into Salmon Idaho felt like driving thru the movie set of Horse Whisperer and/or ...