We rode the entire day in between two mountain ranges. Most of the time there was a river to our right. Totally stunning! We also had an off road adventure on a 5ish mile long gravel road - the description was "road becomes rough"! That was a nice way to say "a step above dirt"! At least it was better than the Texas clay pot chip seal on the Uncertain Times Perm.
Right outside of Sand Pointe, Id - Lake Pend Oreille (I think)
Mountains - this is Montana - big sky country
Taken from a one lane bridge just after 5 or so miles of gravel road. Everyone asked if I had trouble on the gravel. I answered - no, I get lost and sometime gravel is the best way to get home (Jim - HA) plus George E from LSR and I had 3 miles of gravel less than a month ago on the Taste of Italy ride!
Clark Fork river coming into Thompson Falls
Thompson falls - Jenae, Susan and I hiked around the falls - they were really pretty. The falls had a neat rushing sound and the sun glistened off of the pool of water below the falls.
Thanks again for reading. I am having a blast and can't wait to ride again tomorrow! I think we will be in Missula, MT.
Btw, I am not running spell check on the blog as it takes too long, so forgive my spelling errors...