Saw the Yellowstone River several times along with Clark Ford (another river that drains a lot of Montana and Idaho). Crossed the continental divide again at 6,393 feet during a bit of a snowstorm. Both hands on the wheel, no hands on a camera. Wasn't too bad and didn't require windshield wipers. Closer to Idaho though, it was sleety and nasty and the wipers were required. The speed limit on dry road was 60 mph and there was one 18 wheeler that passed me! State troopers abound although I never see them until someone is pulled over roadside. Do they spot with copters and then send these guys out? You don't see them hiding by the roadside.
Hit another time zone when I crossed into Idaho. I'm now 3 hours behind most of you.
As promised here are pics.
|Leaving Billings Montana|
|Somewhere between Billings and Butte Montana|
|See those nasty storm clouds on the horizon?|
|At a rest stop about 40 miles from the Idaho border|
|Getting closer to Idaho and another storm|