Day Fourteen: Wild Montana Skies, Part II

Day Fourteen: Wild Montana Skies, Part II

Today, we packed up the Cube and started the trek from Missoula to Sheridan, Wyoming.  Not long after we left Missoula, we saw a billboard for “Testicle Festival” (unfortunately, no picture). Later on, with more than a little trepidation, I later googled it and according to Wikipedia, it’s a festival geared around eating deep fried…well, you get it.  That certainly was an interesting way to start the day.

Driving through Montana is a study in landscapes: on the west side, it’s all mountains and hills ; on the east it’s plains.

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We did stop for lunch in Bozeman, Montana. And since everything does revolve around Star Trek, Bozeman will be the scene of First Contact a couple of hundred years:


A variety of the scenery we saw on the way:

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We passed by the site of the Battle of Little Big Horn and elected not to stop because we had a long day of driving. We finally entered Wyoming (we missed the sign on our way in the first time):


We made it our stop in Sheridan, Wyoming and had a good meal. Tomorrow, we travel to Mitchell, South Dakota.

Happy journeys,


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