Day 12: Shelby, MT

Holy shit, I just drove over 650 miles.

Thus, today’s post will be short. As usual, a route map; this one is less approximate than previous ones, since the route is just a straight shot across on U.S. 2:

Needless to say, I had little time for pictures (or beer), but the scenery changed very little – all high prairie with a few low hills and towns to make things fractionally less boring.

I did see this one vaguely anachronistic scene:

That ram would totally be lunch if this were real.

And I did manage to get a few other pictures, but I’ll keep them to myself for now as I have Plans for them.

Checking the weather, I see I made it through Ohio and Indiana just in time – they’ve just been snowed. But they’re talking about a couple inches of snow here, tonight, and who knows what I’ll run into in the Rockies? I’ll just have to decide what to do tomorrow, tomorrow.

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About Waltz

An international man of mystery, Waltz is a puzzle wrapped in an enigma. Kind of a puzzle burrito, actually. With conundrum cheese and secret sauce. And a side of Riddle Rice.

Posted on November 29, 2011, in Travel and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I’m tellin’ ya, man… you need at least one busty hitchhiker with no ties to the community to make it across the Rockies. 🙂

    • ROFL!! That’s just funny and so true! Too bad I live in Texas and Robert isn’t my type romantically…I’m enjoying the cold travels through his blogging much more than I would in person anyway. If we were in a situation of survival, he might start to resemble a steak (or worse, chocolate) after a day or two and I might start to resemble a beer.

      It would be ugly.

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