Montana

The Road to Montana

J. Roberts
Jan 11, 2017 · 5 min read
Overloaded from the start with an undercarriage change necessary
After the change…thank you, Isaac Roberts.
I sat outside this OK gas station for 30 minutes without feeling rushed for the first time in maybe ever.
I missed the Oklahoma state sign, but Windstar is as good as any.
Early legs of the trip included lots of morning sun and blue skies
Leaving Oklahoma
Entering Kansas
“Flat” is a flattering word when pulling a trailer with a V-6. Thank you, Kansas.
More Kansas
Again, Kansas.
Econo Lodge at dawn
Kansas at the start of day 2.
Beautiful morning in Kansas
Again, Kansas.
Near the Kansas/Colorado border where everybody waves at you
This guy was excited as I was to cross the state line.
Small town, America.
Northbound 385 in Colorado
A highway to remember
Southwestern tip of Nebraska
Not a gas station in sight in Wyoming
Prior planning prevents poor peformance
Night #2 in Douglas, Wyoming
Intimidating signs along the Wyoming interstate
Thankless job by the snow plow
seriously, thank you
The 4Runner averaged 10 miles per gallon.
Down to one lane on the interstate
Decisions in Wyoming
Wyoming
Wyoming with Montana in the background
Even closer to Montana
There she is.
First shot of Montana
Sundown outside of Billings.
Snow-free Montana roads.
Upon arriving, the temperature wasn’t welcoming.

What I’ve learned lately:

Reading the good book daily presents an opportunity to learn something each day and though I fall well short in that category, this move did teach me one thing about goodbye.

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