Howard Johnson Missoula MT
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... of us had dined there before. It was fun, you pick out your fresh meats, veggies, and noodles and put them in a couple bowls, then the chefs cook them in front of you. Lots of sauces to choose from. Great meal and all you could eat!
Early to bed night as the guys had a long day.
... When we stopped Denis had driven some 800 km. - like I said, it was a long day. This is a lovely big campground, situated close to businesses, and not far from downtown Missoula. The have a unique set-up for some of their tenting sites - quite interesting.
Today we travelled a number of miles on the same road we travelled in the opposite direction early on in this great adventure -- Interstate 90 from ...
Today was a good day. I've been praying for some companionship and today God provided Josh Harris. I caught up to Josh today about 10 miles out of Missoula. Josh is 27 years old and traveling the TransAm route to the Northern Tier route ending in Chicago. There he is taking a train east to a friend's wedding. He had been held up for over a week in Missoula with a stomach ailment. Today was his first day back on the road, thus why I was able to catch him. It was great to ...
... time the next few days was spent in Yellowstone National Park. There was so much to see and do and we were absolutely impressed by this park. On our first visit through the park we crossed the border into Wyoming and saw some elk by the side of the road within the first 10 minutes. Upon leaving that night we saw our first bison, a Mother and a baby. A great start to a great visit!
We began in the ...
... at about 6 pm. Out to dinner with Mike the biker on his GTR Concours at the Texas Steakhouse. Really good night and back to sleep in luxury. 1 July 380miles Boise to Missoula via Lolo gorge, and pass. When we woke it was 24 degrees. When we left it was 34. From then on it got quickly hotter, and we have spent the day in 38 - 40 degrees. Grouse ride, but hard work, with heat and soft tar making what is otherwise an fantastic road a ...