Days Inn Lolo- Missoula South/Blue Mountain
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... through today's Missoula) to find the Yellowstone River, while Lewis went north). The site is located in the current town of Lolo. When they were passing through it was just a good camping spot along an Indian trail near the confluence of the Lolo Creek and Bitterroot River.
The park has an interesting history – it’s only been located at this spot for about 15 years. The state originally established ...
... the office on tour but I found out only a select few get a classic B&W. But I should be used to that with all of the attention Betty has gotten along the way! All in all it was a good day I met several other TransAm cyclist nearing the end of their journeys. Tomorrow I switch maps again and start on the Great Parks route to Glacier National Park. Only about 150 miles to go before I've reached my destination. I wonder what ...
all those reading- Hello and Namaste from the white Prius going 35mph
through construction on the way to Seattle. Looks like the first leg
of this journey is going to be a long one. I am happy to report,
however, that I am fully packed and we are sorted to be at SeaTac at
5:30 to catch our 7:20 flight.
past few weeks, the first of the summer, have been a total whirlwind;
even now, when we are out the door on the way to fly out of ...
After another restful night, Bryant, Keith and Priya were off for another day of stream fishing.
Ruth Ann decided to stay at the apartment to do some laundry, catch up on my blog, and make lasagna for dinner. I am sure the crew will be hungry when they arrive. It has been such late night dinners. Hopefully, we will have fish Monday night for dinner.
Tomorrow (Monday) we head to Spokane, ...
... Keith and Bryant are going north to Rock Creek tomorrow to try their luck and not dragging all the extra baggage (office wives, Priya, and Ruth Ann). The office wives didn't even want to get their feet wet, not to mention the bugs!
The day wasn't a total waste. Joe had a large piece of carpet in his garage that he offered to the kids. It looks real nice!