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... the wee hours of the morning. Make coffee and Tea. Start the beans cooking (for dinner tonight). Table away; Preflight checklist checked; Slides in; levelers up; remember the blocks under the levelers; Let's go!!
Off over Lookout Pass, then another pass, then another. Pick up the Clark Fork River en route to Missoula. Past Missoula towards Butte. Near Anaconda, MT, site ...
Day 19: 2534 miles
Today I left the mountains behind me, literally, and headed east toward Billings. I hated to leave them, but I was hoping for warmer weather and sunshine. I did manage to capture some glorious views, though. Somewhere along the way, I found a quiet side road and stopped for a quick nap, followed by a little walk alongside ...
... summer solstice?).
Today was mainly about driving to Montana. Paul and I had covered much of this ground on our trip 4 years ago, so while I enjoyed the landscape again – and nothing quite compares to crossing over Crazy Lady Creek, no matter how many times you do it – it was not new. That is, until I got into Montana (we veered west to Cody, Wyoming and Yellowstone last time). How big is Montana? Well, I-90 ...
... animals were out, big horn sheep, wolves, grizzly bears, bald eagles, a very busy beaver and river otters. It was a fun visit. After the zoo we headed to pompy's pillar, a large rock formation where William Clark ( of Lewis & Clark ) carved his signature in the rock on his return trip from the pacific coast. This signature is the only on site physical evidence of Lewis & Clark's journey!! It was pretty cool to see!!, and what ...
... body. I took off when he passed me and I think I took my first breath about 100 yards away.
Next was when I came out of the park and I almost ran into a cow! There was a herd of them standing, sitting on and beside the road!
Now I got that out of me (again) today I headed out of the park and headed for the Beartooth Scenic Highway (Hwy 212). The scenery was great! The speed limit was 65 mph and I bet you I didn't go over 45. I ...