Salmon River Motel
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... Staring at these maps for hours, I see a million more places I want to explore, and they're all in my own state, and Montana, of course. Well, this motorhome has turned out to be a pretty ideal vehicle for mountain travel - tough and comfy...needs work on the roof (it leaks), lots of miscellaneous issues, and I'm not sure if the charging system for the house battery is working right. Have to check that out, but for the moment I'm packing up and heading home.
... rain started in earnest, that it would turn to snow by morning. I wake up early these days, and there outside the window, as I'm laying in bed, is a white world. It was snowing, but really wasn't piling up. Figured later I was probably at 9000 feet. The first thought was to drive back down to a lower elevation, just in case the snow was going to make the road super slippery. I got on the road at 6:30 that morning, and after seeing how the motorhome handled, decided to head uphill, toward ...
... we packed up the Goose and headed south on 93 along the Salmon River. Towards the Idaho border we climbed up a mountainous grade and were surprised there were almost no other cars on the road. Reaching the Lost Trail Pass, we soon discovered why. The valley below us was covered in dense white smoke. There was a forest fire ahead! Our fears were soon allayed when we learned it was a controlled burn just over the next ridge. The smoke cleared, and we began our descent on ...
... days we've had riding, and I didn't really want it to stop. Then we are in Salmon, eastern Idaho. Nice bike friendly motel (Salmon River) and after an easy stroll through Main Street in to the Bertram Brewery for dinner. Yuuuum again, and not much left. Beer tasting tray for me and a couple of ciders for PJ. Now we are trying to work on accommodation near Yellowstone. Looking gold plated so will probably have to ride in and out from a way out. Who cares, today has been truly ...
... my chair and ipod and found a spot in the sun to watch him fish. It was a simple and perfect way to spend the afternoon. That night we made dinner, and realized that the temperature was dropping fast. We built a fire, but eventually gave into snuggling under the covers in our tent.
In the morning we packed up camp, headed back down the dirt road and on to the next stop, The Grand Tetons.