435 miles today. Cochrane, AB to Missoula, MT. Blue birds singin’ a song, nothing but blue skies from now on. Blue skies, smilin’ at me, nothin’ but blue skies do I see. Rain is gone, can’t even tell that it rained for two days solid.
From the Alberta prairie hay and cattle country to the mountains and valleys of Montana, all scenic. It was a long hard day of driving but we saw a few interesting things.
This is a hat fence, it went on for miles. If you don’t have a shoe tree, you make a hat fence. Click on it to make it bigger.
Stopped for gas in Lundbrook, AB and managed to entertain ourselves with the local sights, the oldest liquor store in AB, a two story outhouse behind the old hotel building, and this man sized trike which we all had to try.
Two stories, you gotta be kidding me.
Home, sweet home.
We bought Flathead Lake cherries from these enterprising young people. They had a big black dog who was their business associate.
Ended day at a Cabelas store, what more could a guy ask for?
Patti’s signs for the day:
More Alberta, less Ottawa ( we can sympathize with that one.)