Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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... than any other way in the park. I wouldn't even go close to the edge of the boardwalk! We were met with currents of hot air as we came down off of the mountains. I was glad to get out of the heat, load the bike, and move on to Canada.
At the border, a tall Kevlar-clad guard inspected our camper and Buddy's weapon. A very nice young man. He charged us $25 and let us go. Again we drove through farmland ...
... up at 4.20am to be one of the first people on this iconic roads for the season. Beautiful road, ice-melt waterfalls everywhere, 20ft high snow walls, Big-horn Sheep, a very friendly Hoary Marmot, Moose swimming across the lake and even 2 Minx running across the road. We came to really like this park in the end, it borders Canada so we thought... Canada, why ...
... br> It was another hot tub evening, which is a habit I’m enjoying. The hike did a number on my calves, and the hot water felt nice. The weather has been in the upper 70s during the day and low 40s overnight, and the past two days there have hardly been any clouds. Perfect weather, really. Unfortunately, I got an interesting sunburn today on my legs – I look like a soccer player from the back (sock line on the bottom, ...
... a magnificent church on Indian territory in Montana? It's like walking into a cathedral in Europe. I'm glad Tanzy directed my attention to it. It's just off MT-93 when you drive north from Missoula in the direction of Flathead Lake which I did on Tuesday. I decided to spend the night at the lake (at a campground called Yellow Bay). My tent was right next to a creek where I could cool my ...
... gradual, but that changed with the next leg up to the Ptarmigan Tunnel. You double back and then ascend a different valley where you come to...you guessed it...yet another beautiful glacial lake. But then you keep going up the side of the mountain until you come to a tunnel cut through the sheer rock. This 76m hole was cut through the mountain at 2,200m to apparently make it easier to hike between the two valleys. Why couldn't they have built it at 2,000m to make ...