JUdy and I are interested. Let’s make it happen.
We went down through SweetGrass but stayed at Milk River, AB one night. Next day to Great Falls/Lewis & Clark Nat'l Forest, then to Billings for a night. From there we went Southeast to Ranchester so we could ride through the Bighorns and Shell Canyon on the way back west to Cody.Haven't figured that out yet. I'm going to talk with Kerry soon and see how he and Liana got there. The more scenic the better IMO but from Calgary south until central MT there isn't a lot of choice either unless I head through Babb and catch the east side of Glacier and then head towards Boseman. From Shelby on it's pretty barren for a long ways. I'm sure as heck not busy today so I have time to do some looking.
Let me know what route you are taking, if you don't mind the company we could tag along once you get into Idaho. :ride:Haven't picked a route for us yet, but I highly recommend the Ranchester - Shell Canyon route, be sure and stop at Shell Canyon and take the walk for a look see.
Last year they were work in there and had it shut down.
Post falls is right between Spokane and Coeur d'alene, right along the I-90. Depending on which way you go you may go right past it.Company is always welcome. Where are you located??
I see you are in Post Fall, don't have a map handy just where is Post Falls
Thanks for the offer, I'll probably have another bike or two riding along with us. We'll have to see. We could meet at that first rest area on I-90.That is not that far away from me, if you are dog friendly,(I have a chocolate lab that thinks he is a lap dog) I have a spare room that you are free to use if you want, or we can just meet that morning and ride out together.
You will not regret the ride. Be sure to save a couple days for the Black Hills area. It's 400 miles from Rapid City, SD to Cody, WY. Right in the middle of that ride is Buffalo, WY. My wife and I stayed at the Occidental Hotel on that trip and it was very nice. The southern route to Cody along US 16 is a good ride, but I liked the northern route along US 14 better with a stop at Shell Falls.My sister lives in Bellingham and has been there about 6 yrs. I've spent a lot of time looking through Google maps and earth from bird's eye and road level but I really need to see it all.
Let me know when you are coming and I set up a nice day ride. The Oso loop is a nice ride.My sister lives in Bellingham and has been there about 6 yrs. I've spent a lot of time looking through Google maps and earth from bird's eye and road level but I really need to see it all.