And On The Seventh Day
We left Jackson, Wyoming to continue the journey to Glacier National Park.
It was a cool morning and we awoke to a thick soup of a fog in Jackson and hoped that as we climbed the mountain we would either rise above the fog or the sun would burn it off.
We rode out of Wyoming into Idaho and Montana through valleys and rock filled canyons, the views, the air, the sunshine on our faces was “priceless”.
In Missoula, Montana grub and a hotel.
416 miles for the day
Another cool start for the day, but what do you expect this far north and altitude.
Flathead Lake is one of the most beautiful in the world.
Sorry for the quality. Quick snapshots from the bike.
Made It !
This is where it gets really good.
The bears are not your friends..
I repeat. The bears are not your friends…
Glacier National Park
Going To The Sun Road
This was one of those days you dream of when traveling on a bike
Blue sky as far as the eye can see, warm sun on your face and beautiful clean air and breath taking landscape
and the company of loved ones.
The Flying Biker Chicks
Looking back at Diana
Ronnie and Kirk bring up the rear
Started in Great Falls Montana
Diana’s bike had some minor electrical issues so we stop in the Harley dealer to have it checked out. Turns out a wire harness that is down to bare wires. Lucky for us there was a customer appreciation event going on with sales and free food.
Headed towards Wyoming and the Beartooth Pass.
day 9 ended in Billings Montana
Cr0ssed the Beartooth Pass and Chief Joseph Scenic Byway
Down into Cody for the next two nights.
Next up Cody Wyoming and
Yellowstone National Park.