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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by godaddygo, Jul 16, 2013.
Rode to Selway Falls and then back up to into the mountains to Elk City.
We set camp (again) after dark...taken the next morning. The thing I remember about this camp was just looking at the stars. There was no moon and we were miles from and lights and it just took my little puppy breathe away!!
The next morning we started on the Magruder Road.
as you recall this road was closed for most of the summer last year. Here are some pictures of that fire.
Here are some pictures of Burnt Knob Lookout.
You are looking at The Bitterroot MTs to the east. By the end of the day we will be on the other side of this range.
We were told a story about a old guy years ago that was stationed at this lookout that one day went to throw his garbage over the edge and the story is he slipped and followed it over:huh
Someone threw a rock over the edge and counted to six before it hit!
Various pictures on the Magruder....you can see the road in the distance.
This is a island of life in the middle of last summers forrest fire.
This is the Selway River again....
On the left of this altitude graph we are coming off the Magruder down to the Selway River...if I did my dog math right that is a 7000 foot climb/descent in a short distance.
We rolled into Darby to refuel and found a local (very small) rodeo with a a excellant barbacue. No pictures. After eating we went up Gibbons pass and then camped at a local hot springs.
Meadow on top of Lost Trail Pass. We saw elk here:eek1
Though Rocko didn't mention it, I do believe he was satisfied with his driver in that there were no "get offs". Not that Rocko gets off, but he looks at me funny when he's laying sideways in this tank bag doggie carrier. Yes, I have crash tested him.
Can you see me I am wagging my tail?:eek1
Rock Creek....made famous by movie "A River Runs Through It"
Montana is called "The Big Sky". This picture was taken because the sky was so blue. Like seeing the stars on clear night no camera can capture it.
Thanks for letting me share my adventure....but then I am Rocco the King of Adventure....be safe!
Thanks for taking the time to bring us all along with you on this ride. I hope see more adventures.
Great ride. You hit many of my favorites!
Here you go...
Thanks for posting your ride. I am planning on riding the Lola next summer. Your loop looks very interesting, what was the total milage for the loop?
As I recall just south of 1.000 miles