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... of this alternative route, after our two divide crossings we tackled the 5 mile climb over Rimini Road to Park Lake. Rimini Road was another killer climb, but we felt ethically superior having swapped the highway for a stunning yet testing single dirt and rocky track which led us steeply up switchbacks through a beautifully wooded landscape full of rock outcrops and waterfalls. Our feeling of moral superiority became slightly stretched towards the top as we ...
... for dumping kit when it's wet. The one other bit of kit we use everyday is our utility cord for bear hangs - very important in bear country - and of course we clean and lube the bikes drivetrains every day! So that's our routine, life and kit at the moment. Up, eat, pack, ride, swim wash, eat, read, write, sleep and repeat. Some pretty nice scenery along the way, but even better people. Today's random act of kindness - given a free jalapeño in the ...
+ Day 15. Wednesday 27th August. Holland Lake to Seeley Lake. We liked Holland Lake Lodge so much that we decided to go back for breakfast. The guidebook had promised a hard day in the saddle with lots of climbing and a particularly tricky single track section, so we thought Holland Lake's breakfast of eggs, bacon, potatoes and fried bread served with an endless mug of coffee was essential! And it certainly did the trick, we powered up the 6.4 mile climb ...
I got out of town just after my meeting, for my first solo trip this year. Lynn was encouraging. :o)
Helena has been hot, as most of you do know, so I was looking forward to cooler temps in the higher country. I had gassed up Shorty at Safeway with a $.20/gal. off deal. It was good as far as it went. It went only to 25 gallons, which doesn't surprise me, I guess...
I took the Birdseye Route west, which I hadn't driven in ...
July 16, 2012
Hooper Park CG
My sense of wonder eased as we drove
north away from Red Lodge and towards the Interstate. The Beartooth Range was, sadly, dropping away to the west with the setting sun.
Before long we reached
Itch-Kep-Pe City Park, located along the Yellowstone River, outside
Columbus, Mt.. It is funny but for me the adventure fades and boredom
sets in at just the thought of driving on the Interstate. The facts