Saturday, August 24, 2013
Headed for home
We took a detour through the Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming. Our dinner stop was a nice little grassy pull off alongside a creek. We really wished we could camp there but the no camping signs were quite prevalent so we continued on. There were lots of forest roads so we quickly found a forest service road to camp on. I was starting to get a migraine when we went to bed. I’m not sure if it was being at 8,000 feet or what but luckily it was gone when I woke.
Saturday was spent mostly in the car with a few roadside distractions and a stop in Bozeman for a bike ride. We found a trail to ride but it ended up being very rocky and steep, too steep for me to ride. I rode on the nearby roads instead and got back just before a big wind and rain storm started. We made dinner in Butte and drove through town to see if anything interesting happens in Butte on a Saturday night. It does not. We drove to Rattle Snake Gulch, about 50 miles East of Missoula to camp.