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... the horizon again. We were about to see our second sunset!
We were driving uphill, that combined with our speed made this feat possible. We were euphoric. The sun set again. But then after a few minutes, we saw the sun on the horizon again. Our third sunset!
Then there was one more sunset until it got really dark. Four sunsets in a day!
This has been a surreal experience. The Prince was sad that ...
September 7, 2012
Two Medicine CG
(East) Glacier National Park, MT
On Tuesday, September 4th,
we followed the last campers out of Cabin City CG and locked the gate
behind us ending our wilderness adventure. Quickly upon I-90 and
west to the Hiawatha Rail Trail. We arrived there before eleven and
were soon off and into Idaho. Not that you would know just where you
were as the first two miles of ...
... left Sheridan, which was quite a relief, as the temp had climbed to 88 F. Entered Montana in pouring rain. Spent a fascinating 2 hours at Little Big Horn Battlefield. Had dinner @ the Indian Trading Post, outside the national park, and we're camped in a private ranch camping ground at Garryowen, 7 miles from Little Big Horn. Will go back to the battlefield tomorrow and finish off what we didn't see. Museums all around here, and SO much to see. We'll be lucky if we get out of the ...
... on the hill top, and deer seemed to be everywhere. I continued to bump along the rocky, dirt road in search of my bison. All I saw were more deer. Eventually I came to a large herd of buffalo, but they were not very close either. I sat watching them in the distance, then continued onward. I did happen to see a decent herd of antelope right on the road! There were about 20 females and one male grazing and laying in the wet grasses. At this point, I decided ...
... the lake. We had seen it before but never spent time on it. This trip some good friends of our good friend (6 degrees of separation) invited us to spend the day with them on the lake. They live right on the lake in the town of Sommers. What a beautiful setting! I have found another place that I could live. Of course, we are seeing these places in the summer and ...