Spud Run, Day 5: What a Day! (269 miles) Left Bozeman at 7AM in a light rain and headed to the Gardiner/NE entrance to Yellowstone. The rain quit before entering the park and we followed the road east to US 212 over Beartooth Pass into Red Lodge MT for lunch. Let me just say that the road through the park was perfect with vistas, buffalo and bears. Beartooth Pass leads one to the “Top of the World”. There were several area of road construction between the eastern border of the park and the summit but still all that dirt was a very small price to pay. From the summit to Red Lodge the road snakes out of the mountains, which defines the smile on very motorcyclist's face. We are now in Cody, WY for the night.
When we first started out on the road, we kept kind of a diary of where we went and what we saw. We thought it might be fun to take our diary to the next level. We hope our family and friends will enjoy it and it will help them to keep track of where the heck we are!
We are retired and lived in our motorhome from 2005-2012. Dave is retired from the Federal Government and I am just retired.
Dave rides his Harley and I knit,spin and dye fiber. We have two great kids, one on either side of the country. Our daughter is on the West Coast, and our son and his wife are on the east coast. We try to divide our time between the two but probably fail.