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Apr 7, 2014 - Driving again & what a small world!!!!!

April 6 - last night that is, We had some new neighbors move in, you may wonder why i mention this... well, they were Canadians from Cranbrook. We have not seen anybody from BC on this route. So, after a refreshment, we discovered that 6 degree thingy, they know some friends of ours from Wasa Lake, BC. WHAT A SMALL WORLD! They own the Way-lyn Ranch golf course, which is closed this year and up for sale. They were up and on the road by 7 am, and planned to be home tonight. April 7 We were on the road by 08:15 hrs, stopped at Costco for...

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Jun 25, 2013 - Conrad MT

Étant donné la grande distance pour arriver à ma prochaine destination, je dois faire un arrêt à Conrad, Montana. L'état du Montana est situé dans les Plaines et la topographie est très différente de ce que j'ai vue depuis mon arrivée dans le Dakota du Sud et le Wyoming. Ici c'est comme la Floride... peu de dénivelation du terrain, des champs a perte de vue, c'est cependant très venteux et la route est très droite avec très peu de curbes. J'ai vu un gros troupeau de bisons le long de la route. Je fais un arrêt à Great Falls au Sams Club...

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Sep 8, 2012 - home again?

We hated to leave the spectacular scenery of Banff National Park, but the campground was totally full for tonight and we do have to get home someday. As we coasted out of the mountains, the land got flat and dry. Where it was irrigated, hay was being grown and cut. Otherwise, it appeared to be unproductive. The border crossing was uneventful. Whatever caused it to be closed yesterday was over and after responding truthfully to the fact that we had no citrus fruit or bleeding antelope antlers, we were allowed back into the lower 48. A bin of...

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Jun 18, 2012 - Montana Day 2

The Camper and Truck look like we have been through Alaska already this evening. We ran into road construction that required driving on gravel that was wetted down to prevent dust! Lots of bugs have also been sacrificed to the truck and camper gods. The excitement for the day was: On the outskirts of Billings Montana we were merging onto I90 and I94 when a deer crossed the road in front of us. Fortunately we were going slow on the ramp and were able to slow down enough to avoid the deer. There were two more behind that crossed behind the...

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