Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Sunroof Peace-Sign Wave!

Hello all!
Today we rode from our campsite along the Missouri River to Great Falls, then from Great Falls we rode to Highwood Montana. We started of the mourning by seeing an awesome article by Michael Beall in the Great Falls Tribune! For the first thirty-or-so miles into Great Falls, we were riding along a frontage road that paralleled the freeway, and, even with the cars buzzing by it was a gorgeous ride. By the time we got into town, it was probably 80 degrees outside, we stopped at Scheels to pick up some camping/biking supplies then went to see my aunt Lisa at her office. Before leaving town, we ate some Subway and continued the last 30 miles into Highwood. Highwood is a small town between Great Falls and Fort Benton where my mom was raised, my grandparents and two of my aunts lived here, so, of course we have to stay. They had a small party waiting for us when we got to 'The Ranch' (the ranch/farm where my grandparents live) and it was a lot of fun. I think we will take a rest day tomorrow... :)

P.S.- If you are wondering about the title of this post; a lady who was driving her car went past us going the opposite direction we were waved to us... in a way... Except, instead of waving, she shot us a peace sign out of her sunroof...

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