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The Last Day

The Last Day

Today is the go home day. It was a wake up in a tipi, go for a hike, take an outdoor shower kind of day. I have to say I need an outdoor shower. There was something about using cold water in a tipi that is completely open to a mountain on one side so you can just be natural in nature and clean in more than just antibacterial ways. It was the best last morning I could have hoped…

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Devils Tower

Devils Tower

We left the badlands early to head to Devils Tower Wyoming, our last leg of the journey and my 21st day out and about. As you may have guessed we didn’t just get up and head to Devils Tower. We had lots of side trips planned. Our first ended up not even being planned because that’s how we roll! Less then a 3 minutes out of the park we made our first unplanned stop! Just outside Badlands National Park is…

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Mt Rushmore

Mt Rushmore

Day two in South Dakota was to be a Black Hills day. We looked at a map and decided we would hit Wind cave, then Cosmo’s Mystery Area, and finally Mt. Rushmore.   The drive took us about 2.5 hours out to Wind Cave then we back tracked hitting the other sites on the way home. We did the natural entrance tour at wind cave. It took us down over 350 steps to more than 200ft below ground and through some…

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The Badlands

The Badlands

The remainder of our North Dakota trip was spent sight seeing and spending time with some great people. There were lots of laughs and many lessons by a two year old on how to make the things you want to do sound like someone else’s idea! We left North Dakota and Central Time for the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota and some road tripping side adventures to boot. For our drive from Bismarck, North Dakota to Interior, South…

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2 Years Ago Today

2 Years Ago Today

Many of us use social media that likes to tell us exactly what we were doing this day 1,2, or more years ago. This is a cute little feature when you see what you and your dog were doing or some silly meme you posted. Its excruciating when it shows you how much you were in denial about an ex or when someone you loved passed on. Today it would say that 2 years ago today was the day BB…

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Drive to North Dakota

Drive to North Dakota

The drive from Glacier to Bismarck is the longest of the trip. We left at 5:30 am in the hopes of making it Bismarck at a decent enough time not to totally disrupt BB’s dinner or bedtime schedule. When we headed out it was dark and really the first few hours were a bit boring. I did get to see one moose and one elk just kind of hanging out in fields on the side of the road. I thought…

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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Glacier National park was quite smoky during our visit. I would have like to have been able to see the views in all their glory.   Even with the active fire and smoke it was still pretty spectacular.   We spent one full day at the Tetons which is not enough but still provided a comfy campsite for 2 nights, more than ample resources, and lots of opportunity to hike! We set out in the morning to take the shuttle up to…

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Lewiston To Glacier

Lewiston To Glacier

The drive from Lewiston to Glacier had a lot of the great roadside attraction weirdness, which I like, but all the smoke in the area hampered the views.   We headed north to Coeur d’Alene for brunch then northeast into Montana.   Brunch was at a small chain bistro called Le Peep on the water. It was a beautiful area! I tried my first Dutch Brothers Coffee where the coffee was good and the customer service was as quirky as it was…

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Meeting Jacques Biological Mother

Meeting Jacques Biological Mother

Jacque’s biological mom lives on a beautiful ranch in northwest Idaho. A quaint and quiet piece of property nestled in the hills with in-laws for neighbors and a menagerie of livestock and horses for company. Once again the resemblance between Jackie and her biological kin is unmistakable. The small guesthouse we are staying in has walls adorned with photos of Jacque’s Aunts, uncles, nieces and her biological moms other children.   Jacque has a younger brother and sister. Both are adults…

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Sawtooth Mountains

Sawtooth Mountains

The day we left Boise we drove right to the Saw Tooth Mountains in the Saw Tooth National Forest. The mountain range is probably visible from a greater distance then what we saw but fires in and around Idaho have left a smoky haze on the horizon. We drove through Stanley Idaho stopping for gas, fuel for our stove, and some interesting looks from some trailered llamas before heading to Alturas Lake just about 13 miles away. We were out…

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