Travel Blogs from Missoula
... Kootenai and Pend d’Oreilles tribes. The major road signs (town names, historical markers) are in English and the tribal language. I later learned they are in Salish going north (because the Salish tribe lived in the southern portion of the region and would travel north) and Kootenai going south (I might have that reversed). The language I saw was awesome! The translations were great, too (wish I had pictures for this, sorry). ...
... on the side of a hill. We didn't get to see him for long but were so thrilled to be able to see him at all.
There were more bison along our drive to the Sulphur Caldron and it was just as exciting every time we spotted a new one. A Ranger told us that the Sulphur Caldron was by far the stinkiest area in Yellowstone so we couldn't miss that! The boys were quite dramatic about the smell but Aimee ...
Today was a fun day! The weather was just wonderful so we went to the Saturday Market down town Missoula. This town is full of talented artisans. The market has a section of artworks, a produce section, with an occasional musician on one of the corners. It is held every Saturday during the summer.
From the market we headed ...
We started the trek to Sidney, Mt yesterday from our R ranch. Last night we spent in Rufus, OR, a small town on the Columbia river. It was the first "sight" of Washington we had in what feels like a really long time. The drive was pretty nice, although we had two of the biggest scares on running out of gas so far on our journeys. A few of things that I was thinking about in our way up Hwy 97 in OR, and also reflecting here are: 1) there were ...
... ranches some day.
- My Keurig stopped working in Yellowstone. The altitude caused a pressure lock at 8300 feet but as soon as we got to Bozeman at 4500 feet it was working again.
- Our little BBQ died last night but Lance says there's a Lowe's in Missoula so we are getting a new one :)
- I love my in-laws George Foreman grill. It has a bunch of attachments including omelet trays and ...
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