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Jun 7, 2018 - One of our more quiet days

Its always always hard to leave special places like Aunt Sally's Pedal Stop! Fixing breakfast in our cozy little kitchen felt like being at home having breakfast, even tho we don't usually have peanut butter and bananas on tortillas or instant oatmeal at home! But the kitchen had what we needed with coffee supplied, a kettle and all the dishes and we could sit at a table with chairs. Isn't it interesting how all the same things that you might use every day seem so special when they are in a barn that is hidden under the trees in a secluded...

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May 22, 2017 - Day 23 - Lolo to Sula, MT

Today’s hectic ride to Sula, MT was a 74-mile ride with 1,752’ of ascent. Sula, MT, population 37 and elevation 4,442’, consists of a house, gas station, general store and an RV Park (all owned by 2 sisters). There is nothing else in sight for miles. The first 3 miles of today’s journey was on the Lolo Highway which ends when it intersects with US 93 and becomes the Bitterroot Trail. After mile 3, for about 35 miles, the route follows a dedicated bikeway that parallels US 93 all the way to Hamilton. The bikeway had a smooth surface, but had...

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Jul 17, 2014 - Lost Trail Pass

Another driving adventure to find the pass that Lewis and Clark used through the Bitterroot/Rocky Mountains on the border of Idaho and Montana. Lost Trail Pass is at an elevation of 7400 feet and just west of the continental divide. We left and headed to the town of Acaconda and did a drive through to check out the downtown area. Downtown is not very active...the court house and a big historical hotel they were bringing back to life. We left Anaconda heading for Wisdom, Montana. It was a two lane country road with very little traffic....

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Aug 27, 2010 - Spring Gulch Campground, Sula, MT

When you are looking on your maps for Sula, MT, follow US-93 south from Missoula almost all the way to Idaho and you will find it. That’s what we did and dry camped at the Spring Gulch Campground. It is a great little campground right on the banks of the East Fork of the Bitterroot River. We picked it because of the Scottish/Irish Festival that was being held in Hamilton the weekend we arrived. We are here to camp with our good friends from Grangeville, ID, David and Nancy Harmon. They were the first HitchHiker trailer owners that we ever...

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