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... Montana Big Sky Country. The climb to Big Nelson Campground felt a little cruel, but we were rewarded with a truly stunning site. + Day 17. Friday 29th August. Big Nelson to Lincoln. Today from Big Nelson Campground to Lincoln has been short and fast. We arrived in Lincoln early, found a great little campsite with showers (first time in 10 days!) and settled down for a relaxing afternoon gathering supplies for the next leg....Butte is 4 long days cycling ...
... t recall seemed to be a tolerable lady. She walked to the bank of the river where we were visiting with two glasses of beer and, of course, offered me one. Man did it look great! I responded with "I haven't had that spirit here since nineteen ninety-nine." It worked. They laughed. I stayed sober.
After dinner, consisting of a Safeway Supreme Large Pizza, 2.5 slices, I walked a bit and got a few shots of the sunset. My timing wasn't ...
... to look around you at the amazing scenery. When you walk out onto the back deck, you face the Swiftcurrent Lake and the mountains and it couldn't be more picturesque. There are walking trails around the lake and we spend a good deal of time with our binoculars studying the hillside looking for bears and big horned sheep. In the morning, when the sun shines on the peaks and reflects back into the lake, it is really a picture perfect ...
... in search of food myself. The coffee is ready in the sunny breakfast room; make your own waffles or choose sausage and eggs and biscuits and gravy; there are cheerios for the faint of heart. I slip an English muffin into the toaster and pick up the morning newspaper. "Welcome to Helena" is the header on Helena’s daily, the Independent Record; that’s www.helenair.com online. The cover sheet is a Daily Visitor Guide, how ...
... for Montana! That must have been a week of Hell during the 1989 train wreck.
Our time in urban Montana would end
with a pleasant drive through MacDonald Pass, at 6362' and across the
divide to the western sloops once again. I think this is the third
time we have crossed over the continental divide this trip with at
least two or three more crossings to go. Mt Rt 141 rolled along the
Blackfoot River and the snowcapped mountains of ...