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1 08 2009

Day 56:

Goodbye Montana!! I say with great enjoyment that we are no longer in Montana. North Dakota and Montana (except for the rockies) were the most PLAIN stretch of country I’ve ever seen. We were welcomed into Idaho with a more conservative speed limit (55mph) as opposed to Montana’s speed limit of 70mph. Today’s ride took us 70 miles from Libby the small town of Clark Fork, Idaho. There were a few hills but nothing we can’t handle. And of course we saw a few bikers including a man who is en route to Bar Harbour, Maine.

When we got into Clark Fort the nice people at the motel in town let us camp on their lawn and use the shower facilties. Thanks to Bob and Freda for the hospitality. We would of preferred to stay in the motel but it was full up. Thanks to those good folks! Tomorrow should take us 64 or so miles into New Port, WA, where we will look ahead to the Cascades.

It’s weird to think that our trip is almost complete…

Zach

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2 responses

4 08 2009
Auntie Susan

Just to let you know you may have some odd phone bills when you get home. I seem to be on your speed dial. I have received some messages of biking discussion and I recognize the number and voices.
You guys are amazing. Hope you find some interesting surprises on the road like dinosaur digs or something. I must get caught up with all your reports.
Take care

2 08 2009
Zoe Lathrop

Hi Carolyn & Family,
I’m so impressed with you all – Nice riding & great photos!
Zoe Lathrop (Dover Schools)

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