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Travel Blogs from Missoula
... places has its perks! Free camping sometimes is one of them. Thoughts while Pedaling: For the previous several days I have had the unique experience of riding upstream along the Clearwater and Lochsa rivers. For me the rapids are obvious and thundering as I approach from downstream. But you know very peculiar thing happens as soon as you are even or above the rapids the thunder becomes a whisper, a distant mild threat. Going up stream is almost like traveling backward ...
... We had some excitement on the way there when we saw 3 moose not far from the side of the road. We stopped and got out so we could watch them for awhile. It was the first time any of us had ever seen moose in the wild and their antlers were huge! Another animal to add to our large list of wildlife we've seen on this trip!
We didn't spend much time at the campground and only swam there once. Most ...
seems more logical that a girl my age should not be traveling to 3rd
world countries by myself, but I was (and am) determined to go
places, whether I was alone or not.
Quinn along, I am gaurenteed to have an adventure, and he will be
here to take pictures and GoPro (especially when we bungee jump) so
that all y'all back home, get a more vivid image of what goes on in
the mountains of Nepal. We both are with Volunteering ...
... from wildfires? Dramatic sunset? Rivers and stream? Yes! This rich variety of landscape that all flows seamlessly into each other. It soothes, surprises, delights. I feel wealthy and alive here. And happy to again have the privilege of passing through.
During today's journey, we crossed the:
- Tongue River
- Little Bighorn River
- Bighorn River
- Crow Indian Reservation
- Yellowstone ...
... the region to and from Montana's eastern plains. The narrow valley at Missoula's eastern entrance was so strewn with human bones from repeated ambushes that French fur trappers would later refer to this area as Porte d' Enfer, translated as Hell's Gate. The name remained until renamed in 1866, Missoula.
The aforementioned glow could be attributed to the many hippies that dwell here, and if this presence isn't immediately seen, it is witnessed in some of the ...