Days Inn Helena
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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 ...
... Down the other side of the national park and an uneventful run across northern Montana. It was the non commercial side this time - vast spaces and lots of ranches. I can see why it is called 'big sky country'. A few bikes around - and even the Harley riders wave. Stopped to top up the oil and within seconds a couple had stopped to check we were ok. Overnight stop in a Days Inn in the state capital Helena - doing the blog and planning our foray into ...
So our parents woke us up at 4:30 am and we left Great Falls at around 6am. But before we left we stopped by at some gas station and we had our first twinky :3 Drove all the way to idaho then straight through Idaho. I'm not sure where we stopped cause I was sleeping but we ended up stopping at this really cute restaurant/shack and they had the BEST chili cheese fries.
... at the lake house and have been busy there. I replaced some of the aged skirting that I installed about thirty years or so ago. We have some painting to do too. But, we've been continuing our hiking and taking pictures around the lake area.
Last weekend I had the Pump Guy come up and check out our system. It seems that we have an underground leak in the line somewhere. Lynn, her cousin Maureen and her son EJ, along with his ...
... for our needs. The bathroom in the park takes care of the rest.
I caught a few photos from here, which I haven't processed yet. You be the judge. I picked up a polaroid filter for the Fuji camera and gave it a try. I'm not sure how to use it, since it's adjustable. Eventually I'll figure it out...or not.
We had a nice, quiet night's sleep and got a reasonably early start in the morning. We're off to Nephi, Utah.