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... in town. A man walked in with a family of four and massive revolver on his belt. He was note remotely trying to hide the gun, quite the opposite it more of a fashion statement for him. He and his family quietly sat down and ate.
Now in the first story, the men were genuinely interested in us and our travels. They offered us refreshments and a cool place to rest. He doesn't like gays, that's the way he was brought up, says nothing about him as a person, ...
... the river at over three hundred thousand. Again, the people
I talked with were not those who were buying!
While camped here along the Yaak, I
found out more about the seven mile long tunnel! The tunnel was
built as a result of the Libby Dam construction. Mt RT 37, Lake
Koocanusa Byway, was also rerouted at that time. I need to learn more
about the land slide there at the dam back in 1973. All this
fascination with ...
... had bought and made into an amazing camping vehicle. I went over to their site and formerly introduced myself. Their names were Steven and Susan Gregersen. They were locals from Fortine. We got to talking and the more we did the more I realized how interesting they really were. Beyond the fact that they converted this Uhaul into an amazing camping vehicle with windows, bunk beds, stove, bathroom etc....they were also Homesteaders. in ...
... and that all the windows were painted firmly shut! aagghhh what a mistake but had already paid.... in hindsight I should have simply forgone the cash and gone on, but I didn't and the next day my neck felt incredibly stiff all day which I put down to the fact that I slept with a cold wet towel round my neck all night to keep me cool!
Having arrived near 4pm, I fell across to PizzaHut and devoured a pizza before deciding that ...
... northeast and running through Glacier NP again, this time from the west to the east, or continue on my westward journey and run through Libby, Bonners Ferry, and down into Coeur D'Alene, ID. This option would put me way a head of schedule, which isn't all that bad, but I would eventually need to make use of this extra time somewhere down the road.
I decided to head back to Glacier and to a west-to-east run, since I didn't really get ...