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Recently redone. Rooms were nice and clean and breakfast was great.
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... but things pretty much went to plan today. True we had to haul all our gear and our bikes up a steep ditch this morning in bitterly cold sub zero temperatures to exit our wild camp spot, and Nadine got angry with Matt because he was being too slow after his hands got frost bite and stuck to the bikes and tent poles, but after that, it was a fantastic day. We cruised up to the Continental Divide - with Matt in full gloves, hat, jacket - and then cruised down ...
... same field together. Don’t they get along?
We eventually found Swan Lake, a cool calm body of water where camps were spaced along the roadway and few inhabited the land of the other side. Lakefront property available in the middle of nowhere, for probably a reasonable price…something you don’t find in Maine anymore. And we drove through a town where you could shop at Bison and Bear Mercantile, eat at Grizzly Claw or Chicken Cook Restaurant, ...
... some of the customers as to whether Oasis were from Ireland or Manchester ! Quite good not having to think about the bike for a day or two.
Leaving on route 93 the next day we spent all morning cruising and taking photos through the Icefield Parkway which is all inside the national park. Awesome scenery – especially the Columbia icefields and the Athabasca Glacier. Overnight stop in Radium Hot springs was our best accomodation yet. A ...
... trails that get you there: Prairie, 1906, Hogback, National Recreation, Backside, Prospect Shaft, Reeders Alley; also see the Charcoal Kilns at the Park. Nearby streets bear the names Last Chance Gulch, Dry Gulch, Oro Fino Gulch, LeGrande Cannon. More must see.
Scanning the newspaper now – the Missouri River, Canyon Ferry Lake, and Spring Meadow Lake for boating and floating and fly-fishing. Holter Museum of Art and ...
... that we passed through today was farming land & a bit of a change from what we have been seeing. We crossed back into Montana this afternoon & again stayed at Walmart.
It hasn't been getting dark till about 9.15 so you loose track of time & don't realise it's so late. Think it will get worse as we go further north.