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Travel Blogs from Seeley Lake
... a sign that said "Free BBQ August 10th at 12:00". I thought what day is it and asked Josh, and he said it was the 10th, and I had looked at my phone and knew it was 12:04, so I looked at Josh and said "I think we have a divine appointment with Lunch". So we turned into the parking lot of the Condon Community Church and had wonderful BBQ pork sandwiches and a tremendous welcome from the people at the church. They were very interested in our travels and how we ended up there. It ...
Yesterday was a transition day. We stopped at Walmart in Butte and stocked up on some fruits and vegetables. Stayed at a Forest Campground in Flathead National Forest. It smelled like I was in the middle of a pine scented Yankee Candle. We walled down to Holland Lake and watched a doe eat and walk around our campsite for over an hour. Better than any reality show. Next stop ...
We left the KOA in Livingston, did rt. 90 a while, and got off at rt 271 in Drummond, Mt. Back on our 2 lane type of road. Immediately saw a bald eagle on a post and some deer. Went up to rt 200 w and then 83 N. Stopped at Placid Lake State Park. Three miles back a dirt road but a very modern CG with everything. Great stay, Ellie got lots of bird ...
Well, this should be the last leg of the journey and not a moment too soon, my ass is sore. I'm gonna have too do something about that seat before I take another long trip. I look forward to tonight when I have an ice pack on my butt and a Johnny Walker in my hand. As I sit and write this all around me is quiet and stillness, with the exception of a lone plaintive train whistle. I know I've ...
... Glacier and learned that the white blooms were Bear Grass (which the bears do not eat) and the yellow fields were canola. Like, canola oil. It is a new crop the farmers are trying in this region.
I have not seen Bear Grass other than around Glacier. And by the way, I now understand why Montana is called Big Sky Country.
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