Since our last post we’ve made it to Missoula, Montana. On the way, we passed through a final stretch of Washington and all of Idaho that we’ll see. Here are a couple pictures to follow us with!
Washington continued to amaze us with its gorgeous scenery. We rode through many fields of various grains, and stopped by plenty of random houses for water.
Forgot to take a picture when we entered Idaho, but took one shortly after. East bound!
View from our tent in the evening. We try to get to bed around 9pm, mostly because we’re exhausted by then, and because we get up between 5-6:30am…
Giant dandelions! This day we tackled a 2,000 foot hill, about 8 miles long. Thankfully, there was little traffic – six cars passed us going down and only a motorcycle going up!
Winchester, Idaho had a wonderful lake that we swam in. Though you can’t see it here, they also had free life jackets for loan. It was nice to simply float after a long, hot day.
Idaho at its finest. I take back most of the bad things I’ve said about the state. Most.
We’ve been developing some pretty intense biker tans!
Three days in Clearwater National Forest without cell service! But an incredible ride along the Snake and Lochsa rivers.
Seriously, three days of this. Can’t get much better.
And finally to Montana after an intense Lolo Pass! Our fourth state.
Stayed in Missoula for a rest day and are loving the young town! Went to the farmers market, went tubing down the Blackfoot River, and even managed to hitch a ride back into town quickly!
And now, we ride toward Yellowstone!