Super 8 Missoula/Brooks Street
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... s the accumulating smoke got thicker and thicker. When I arrived in town I found that the Going to the Sun road was closed and was probably to remain so for some time due to the wild fire threat. They had also evacuated half the town which included the campgrounds and the grocery store. So I was forced to abandon all my plans and keep cycling to the south to safety with no rations left. I cycled a few km out of town and got about half way up a big ...
... headed west on MT-206, and then turned south on MT-35S. As the larger mountains disappeared behind us, the rest of the scenery looked like almost any other rural area, except for the mountains looming in the distance. When we go to Flathead Lake, and the Flathead Indian Reservation, we decided to follow the lake down on the western side as it seemed there was more activity there. So we followed MT-82W for a ...
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Started with a 60 mile ride to Craters of the moon this morning. It started raining *************ly 1 picture. The rain is really getting old! I went to the visitor center and saw a flick about how the craters were formed. The rain finally let up and I skipped the 40 minute loop because it ...
... br> will be working in orphanages for the duration of our trip here. This
will hopefully build lifelong connections and give me a taste of
volunteering that is different from working at the Poverello and
recycling after school.
what we can tell, the orphanages that we will be working with (The
Saving Lives Foundation and the Ama foundation) are both legitimate
orphanages that work hard to help out the people of Nepal. The Saving
... in, self-sufficient firefighters could arrive fresh and ready for the strenuous work of fighting fires in rugged terrain. The smoke jumper program began in 1939 as an experiment in the Pacific Northwest Region, and the first fire jump was made in 1940 on Idaho's Nez Perce National Forest in the Northern Region. In 1981, the first woman smoke jumper in the nation successfully completed the training program at the McCall Smoke Jumper Base in ...