I suppose I should get around to actually finishing this story. Sorry for the delay. We made it to the border, but we still have a long way to go to get home. July 30 – Day 15 Eureka, MT to Great Falls, MT We grab a quick bite to eat at the convenience store across the street before starting our trek home. The plan is to ride to Mt. Rushmore then split up...Wes to Indiana and me back to Texas. At least that was the plan. We cut back through Glacier National Park to hit the Going to the Sun Road. I had read about this being one of the most scenic drives in the country, and it did not disappoint. Worth the price of admission. The park was busy, but not too bad. The fella in the ball cap and sunglasses is Jake. He works for the Park Service at Glacier and describes his normal duties as drive around all day and kick rocks off the road. He came over to chat while we were stopped for a pic. Turns out he has a well farkled 690 of his own. He offered to take us on some lesser known trails, but his bike was temporarily out of commission, and he wasn’t quite done kicking rocks that day. We were itching to put down some miles anyway and get home, so we pressed on. We did get connected on social media though, and he has some pretty cool rides of his own. So, look for Jake if you’re going through Glacier, and he might be able to lead you on some lesser know routes. A couple days prior we had called ahead to a dealer in Great Falls and arranged for some new tires for Wes. The WR250 should be fine getting home on the tires I started with, but the 690 is gonna need some fresh rubber. It’s Sunday, and we have to wait til morning to get the tire. So, I score us a free room at the Holiday Inn Express in Great Falls for the night.