Epic Loop-6

We spent three nights in Jackson, WY. We love Jackson. If you are RVing, stay at the Virginian RV park. There is a hotel attached and you can use the pool and spa too. Jackson’s bike paths are fabulous. There are miles and miles of paved paths and many miles¬†unpaved for the mountain bike enthusiast. […]

Do you want to be an expert?

What is an expert?  Merriam Webster’s definition: 1 obsolete : experienced 2 : having, involving, or displaying special skill or knowledge derived from training or experience What do you think about the obsolete definition of expert being experienced? Merriam-Webster defines experienced as: made skillful and wise through experience, or : practiced. My take, our society […]

Don’t cheat yourself

Cheating goes against everything I was brought up to believe. It’s the lowest form of lying. To cheat is to deceive with a purpose. It could be something as simple as a four year old peeking at the color cards while playing Chutes and Ladders. Our grandson tried peeking. He wanted to win. No one […]

Epic Loop-5

Headed out of Butte about 10, driving on I-90 straight up until we crossed the continental divide. Super steep coming up, much gentler slope on the east side. Confusing now because all the rivers flow east. The river always flows west in toward the Columbia when you are from western Washington. I’m used to the […]

Epic Loop-4

Outstanding drive out of St. Regis toward Butte, Montana this morning. Glorious weather; temperature up in the 80’s before noon. Coach running smooth, car towing great, and bikes holding steady in the rack. A/C couldn’t keep up! Pumping diesel in Missoula, $2.35/gal. Not bad, total $225 in the tank. You know how it is when […]

Epic Loop-3

From Couer d’Alene we set out for St. Regis, Montana. It was only a 95 mile drive! However, it took a bit over three hours because we crossed into the Mountain Daylight Time zone. I really don’t like the spring forward thing. Never did and probably never well! The drive was beautiful. A couple places […]