Wilderness Gateway Inn
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... smiles soon turned to grimaces and coasting to desperate peddling as the road went up and down like a yo yo for twelve miles. What a great wild camp site though at Cedar Creek. A swim in the creek, noodles, pasta and tea, and bed at eight pm should mean we're on top form to endure and be broken by the crippling days ahead. + Day 14. Tuesday 26th August. Cedar Creek to Holland Lake. Oh god. Cedar Creek to Holland Lake absolutely buried us. Up and down - mostly up - all day plus ...
... 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 ...
Having turned back, we were now committed to re-tracing our steps down the mountain back to the Salmon river and making our way around to the East, at which point we hoped to resume the route that Claudio had laid out. However, when we stopped at the nearby Forest Service office to get a report on whether the route we had planned (over another 8500+ foot pass) was open, we were informed that it was not.
The only ...
... also picked up a great CD of a local bluegrass band that was playing in the market .
We bade them goodbye, and headed East on route 90, through Butte, Bozeman and turned off at Livingstone towards Yellowstone. Our overnight stay tonight is at Yellowstone's Edge RV park, abut 20 miles from the north entrance.
Tomorrow we head into the wilderness, to find the Grizzlies,Wolves and Buffalo !!!!!!!!!!!!
We spent the night at Salmon Lake State Park on the way to Glacier National Park.
Interested in all things growing, there was a beautiful white flower growing abundantly in the national forest we were driving through and then in the valleys, there were fields that were a vivid yellow. We asked about these at the visitor ...