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Jul 8, 2016 - July 7 Malta to July 8 Wolf Point

The last you heard of us we were all cozy and jacuzzi'ed at a sweet little motel in Malta. There was no storm in the end. But I believed the lady, it really did look like there was going to be a nasty one just as she said there would be! I am sure that is what lured me into having a room instead of a tent site (even tho she said we could not have one!) We were well rested this morning and after feeding ourselves our new favorite "pannier bag special" of tortillas with peanut butter and jelly . . . We set off!! July 7, a bluebird sky day ....

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Jul 7, 2014 - Wolf Point, Montana

We have stopped for the night in Wolf Point on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. It is still cool enough outside that we don't need to plug in for the night so will dry camp here in the little city park. I will miss Montana as it has really stolen my heart this last couple of weeks. What a lovely part of our country, but Willis has promised we will come back (and I get to take a fishing pole with me next time). Happy Travels Rebecca

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Aug 12, 2009 - day 45

Day 45 I was up early, showered, packed my gear and was at the motorcycle shop for 8:30am. They were great there. They brought my bike in right away and luckily had the part for the front fork. It had broken a seal. I called Marla a few times from the shop and was back on the road by noon. One of the girls had suggested that I take highway 41 just east of town down to Montana. It turned out to be good advice. It’s quite the change from the mountains but the praries have an appeal of their own. I went through some lovely hills about thirty...

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Aug 12, 2009 - logs from Greg

Saturday August 8th. John, You’ve done a remarkable job with this Trip Journal and I thank you. I’ll try to keep up my end for the balance of the trip but ... we’ll see. The morning alarm (John) rang earlier than usual this morning with the ferry pulling into our final port of Prince Rupert at 5:15 a.m. We’d all slept on the lounge chairs under the heated canopy last night because it had started to rain a little and I didn’t want to risk getting caught out on the open deck in a downpour and being soaked. Turns out that laying my jeans...

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Jun 3, 2009 - Montana is Sure Big!

Wednesday, June 3rd (Havre, MT to Wolf Point, MT) Woke at 7:30, read until 8, when I woke Bill. We had juice, then grapes (we follow Fit for Life most mornings), but then spinach omelet (out of fruit and needed to use the spinach). Folded up and headed to town. Stopped at Wal-Mart for provisions. We saw a 190 Roadtrek (class B camper van) an wondered if it belonged to the lady we had met on the boat (from Michigan, traveling by herself). If anything were to happen to Bill, that’s the route I’d like to go. I’d plan to watch for her in the...

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Jun 12, 2008 - On to Montana

Started out as a very good day, sunny and calm. We got off early and heading for Beach, ND to get fuel at the Flying J. After about an hour, we ran into rain and wind…and wind..and more wind. Somewhere around 30-40 per hour head wind. Made it fine and fueled up at $4.54/gal. With still more rain, we left I94 and traveled a remote state road up to US 2...and ….we had a flat tire, not one but two, in the middle of nowhere. We called the travel club and the closest service guy was over 75 miles away. After about a 3 hour wait, the guy showed...

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Jul 27, 2005 - On the Lewis and Clark Trail

Neglected to mention that we were soundly pelted with golf ball size hail just outside of New Salem ND. Thought we were going to outrun a major dark "thunder-bumper" of a storm when it opened up on us Rode thru it with no major damage. . . .the first one that hit the truck scared the crap out of us! Arrived at Fort Peck Montana in the early afternoon. This place is out in the middle of no where but is stunning. This is the largest hydraulic earth filled dam in North America. It stops the flow of the Missouri and has created a 134 mile long...

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Jul 6, 2005 - On our way again

July 5th...Tuesday morning. As we got on I-90 we saw "Cabela's". A well know hunting, fishing,and outdoor gear. At least well known to Bob! We made a U turn at the next exit and spent one and a half hours looking through the store. Very nice. Bob even broke down and brought 2 nice pairs of shorts. Yes, he is wearing shorts now. He has great legs! As we were going down the road we saw a sign that said "Rest area ahead 2 miles with a scenic view turn off". Bob and I looked at each other and laughed...all we could see was straight flat road...

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