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... so didn't get thru Bozeman Pass until around 1pm local time, too late in the day to be flying mountain passes in a little light airplane! They warn you about mountain flying between 10am and 4pm for good reason. But I lucked out again and the winds were light, so the bumps were tolerable.
I stayed the night with good friends Pat and Jack in Bozeman and the Highlander securely tied at the Bozeman/Galatin airport pilots shelter. ...
To Holland lake: 56 miles Lots of miles but had lots of riding buddies today! One just decided to quit the trail and head out to the aca headquarters in missoula because apparently if you show up with a loaded bike you get free ice cream. .. To Seeley Lake: 32 miles I know 32 doesn't seem much but climbing this crazy trail over Richmond peak was super intense. Like really bad trail conditions but honestly it was outrageous and I'd totally ride back and do it again ...
... seems so giant out here! I pulled off in a town called Silos to drive down to the shore and take some pictures (If I can figure it out I'll post some). I saw a glimpse of what looked like a big, golden-looking fish jump out of the water, but I was later informed that it was probably just a carp. Still, that really made me want to get a fishing rod.
As I drove out of Silos, I noticed the true character of the town. What I thought was a ...
... 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 ...
... on my computer. Then, I felt the temperature drop about ten degrees, and it started to rain. And it didn’t really quit all day. I packed my tent up wet, I made breakfast in the rain, and I rode, and rode, and rode in the rain.
And riding in the rain kind of sucks it.
Or wait, that isn’t such a bad thing.
Actually, I can’t think of what is worse than riding in the rain, so I am just going to describe it.
First, if it is cold, and it was, ...