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I have this "thing" for old growth forests. I can picture their roots plowing their way into the deep soil and around obstacles like rocks, boulders and other tree roots.
The branches are reaching up to the sun. They ...
... to be there, but they sat us down and offered to fill our water bottles. The warmest of hospitality. However, when asked where we were from, Rob send Denver and I San Francisco, one of the gentlemen said, 'Denver's better, not so many gays.' He proceeded to tell a story about a journey of his to SF involving a man walking down an alleyway with a balloon dog in tow, calling him a queer.
B) We were at Pizza Hut this evening, by far the most ...
... if I have ever tried Pike and then offered me one of his catch. I graciously turned him down for not knowing how to clean these fish. Plus if if Im going to eat a fish Its going to be one I catch gosh darnit.
So Shima and I went back to camp and met our other neighbors. They were coming by on mountain bikes with their grandson after a ride. They seemed very friendly and were right next to me in a converted 1977 Uhaul moving ...
... br> I struggled on in what I was to find out in town was near 90 degree heat and arrived shattered. The rest day was clearly a great help because though it was a long tough day in the saddle, I had good levels of energy even in the sapping heat.
Unfortunately after stopping at the first Motel and jumping in an ice water bath (from a whole bag of ice I had bought at the gas station for the purpose, I discovered that there was no ...
... and Patti, who gave us a special treat.
Louise stopped at Happy's Inn for a quiet moment, then we took Thelma's special secret shortcut to Missoula. The shortcut was full of wildlife, we saw a Black Bear, Coyote, many Blue Birds (of happiness) Golden Eagle and a few Mule Deers. We missed the turn for 1000 Budda so we traveled ...
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714 W 9th St, Libby | Motelfrom $55