Travel Blogs from Clearfield
After spending a considerable amount of time last night scrubbing off the traces of gasoline, I didn't get to bed until well after 1am. The hotel room I was staying in was ridiculous in proportion. It would have been perfect if I was there a whole week. There was a full kitchen, dining room table, 2 tvs, separate bedroom, individual cup coffee …
... Yellowstone Park Entrance, Wy to Red Lodge, MT)
Lolo Pass (Lolo, MT to Kooskia, ID, Route 12)
Route 93 Alberta and British Columbia (Through the Canadian Rockies):
What was the worst ride that you had? Unlike the best, the worst is easy to pick. The ride between Denver CO and Norton, KS was the worst ride. The road was straight as an arrow, it was hot (101 degrees for the last 60 miles), the wind was blowing across the ...
... remaining miles into two days or do I push on and finish the ride today. I was ready to get home but I didn't want the trip to end.
The plan was to let the route determine the outcome. If I found an interesting place, I would stop for the night (yes there are interesting places in WV). The roads in WV are fantastic as they weave through the Appilachan Mtns. Routes 33 / 119 ...
... barbeque on Dee Dee’s front porch and not long after finishing that turned in for the night. With Mac’s levelling system put into play on the gradient this evening we had a much more comfortable nights’ sleep than at Council Bluffs!! The plan was to wake early and get on our way to Niagara Falls but we slept later and spent longer chatting in the morning than expected but as we are only on our schedule and not anyone else’s we are quite happy with ...
... Yellowstone, Bear Tooth Pass, and Lo-Lo Pass. From Denver, head home through the fields of waving grain.
Accomplice: Bill Cutillo
Vehicle: BMW R1200GS
Departure: June 1 (Tigard, OR)
Arrival: Around July 4th (Julian, PA)
Accommodations: Cheap hotels