Lake Upsata Guest Ranch
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... bushwhacking and lumbering over what seemed like endless deadfall. As I moved further up the slope, I found some awesome game trails that were low enough to still see the water, but high enough that I didn't have to keep going up and down the hilly shore.
It really is otherworldly to be in that type of nature without a trail and with no one else around. Despite a small fear of a Grizzly encounter or perhaps an aerial eagle attack, I was ...
... which is porridge, bread and jam, and fresh coffee for Matt - using his MSR Mugmate - and tea for Nadine. Unfortunately, the whitener exploded when Matt crashed, forming an immoveable paste - we have just replaced this. The meantime, we have been drinking mochas - it's been gritty. As we are on the road for three or four days I between civilization, we tend to eat the same things for breakfast, lunch and tea in each block. Breakfast as above, lunch ...
... and it was hard to leave. It was made harder by the fact that we were both dreading the day - a 42 mile day (plus 2 miles off route to get to the campsite at the end of the day) through mostly flat land. Flat is not as appealing as it sounds. It is hard work, particularly if there is a wind (which of course there was!) and unlike the days you climb, there is no nice descent to reward your efforts. So, we delayed the enviable by procrastinating. It was ...
... area. Pesky seems to be too weak of a word to describe them, so I'll stick with PIA.
I visited with a younger couple from Florence, MT. He's actually a Michiganian, who just retired on June 1. He was a golf groundskeeper, and made sure that I didn't confuse his work as being a Golf Pro. According to him, Tim, his ilk do all of the work. As a non-golfer, I really couldn't relate. He seemed to be a nice fellow and his partner, whose name ...
the third largest state that really something to have two nights of
default camping in a row. There some twenty-six thousand people in
Helena and a good many of them make their living by panhandling at
the entrances to the parking lot at Wal-Mart and every other
intersection in town! Again the parking lot looked a lot like a
carnival lot with all the campers parked there at night. In my
opinion there are more overnighters here in Helena ...