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... of Quality Inn's and Motel 6's with great little pools where Josh was happy to jump in the deep end over and over perfecting these moves. Luke was a good sport and had contests with Josh at more than a few of these pools. Also after we bought a small WSU football they enjoyed throwing the ball out over the water to each other time after time.
We gassed up and rolled on to Bute, again setting a good pace. We crossed the continental divide at 6365’ as we listened to some local radio stations. We were rather concerned to hear that tomorrow there is a storm predicated on the west side of the continental divide and freezing temperatures in the morning. We stopped for a quick strategy session in Bute and decided we would continue to Bozeman as planned and see what the morning ...
... and then headed through the drizzle into Montana, the Big Sky country. It is another drive populated by pronghorn with towns and cities spaces out every 60 miles or so. The churning Yellowstone River meets the road at Glendive in dramatic fashion, surrounded by badlands and sandstone. This is the area where many dinosaurs are unearthed as the stone erodes away and releases its secrets. I've wanted to explore this area for a while, but I'm on ...
... tally of ten gofers. On the drive back we saw wild deer, elk and a small moose. It was really nice visit with Leah and Cathy who have been great hosts. I will be entering Canada tomorrow as I'm off to Calgary (800km's) for a couple of days preparation prior to heading to Banff and Jasper National Parks which are located within the Canadian Rockies after which the real adventure starts....The Yukon and Alaska... I will add some photos when I can find a better internet ...
... Upon returning to town, we watched more basketball, shopped the local grocery co-op, browsed an amazing book store with abundant, colorful tabs marking all the "staff picks", tried to eat at a few outdoor cafes, No Dogs Allowed, and eventually got takeout pizza from MacKenkie River Pizza. The rest of the evening was spent planning and blogging.
Song of the Day: "Whiskey River" Willie ...