Motel 6 Missoula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we rode thru 3 states, Washington, Idaho & Montana.
After a few hours riding across wheatfields we followed the Lewis & Clark trail (This was the first American expedition to cross what is now the western portion of the United States, departing in May, 1804 from St. Louis on the Mississippi River, making their way westward …
... were a ton of cars stopped so we also stopped to find a hill covered in metal wild horse statues overlooking a valley. We walked up the hill took pictures of the amazing scenery and then got back in the car. Today is our longest planned journey of around 8 hours not including stops. We had an hour or so of flat landscape fields before we crossed into Idaho and back into more amazing scenery and lakes. We had expected the drive to be boring but ...
We hit the road at 8am (our earliest start yet), after breaking camp and loading up the Sequoia. It really helped that we pre-packed a lot last night, so we only had to deal with the tents and sleeping bags. First up on the agenda was to drive to West Yellowstone for breakfast. We ate at a nice restaurant that was pleasantly uncrowded, with really fast service. We all agreed the bacon was the best. Next we headed towards Bozeman ...
... on such long drives. May be when we don't have a schedule to keep, I will be brave and drive with no reservations. We left Rufus 8ish, and drove from Oregon, to Washington, through Idaho into Montana. It was fun driving 60 or so miles along the Oregon side of the Columbia river. Idaho, especially lake Coeur d'Alene was beautiful. Driving through Montana made me think that it should be the evergreen state. I thought it was funny that there ...
I've graduated! Who knew it would actually happen? (not this girl) But it has and now I can fully prepare for my year in the United Kingdom as a YAGM participant.
For the ELCA to host me for one year it costs just short of $11,000 of which I'm asked to raise $4,000. One way I'm raising the money is by selling days on ...