It's 9:11 AM, and we are packed up to leave the inn. Ordinarily, we would just go, but we have some time to kill before the museum opens. So I checked all four tire pressures, and they are still good enough, last check was Victoria BC, I think. Soon we will gas up both bikes, and go to the museum for 10:00.
We have enjoyed the time in Glendive so far. We have talked to an older couple who own an old Harley. We shared a table with them at supper last night, in a very crowded local restaurant. Then while walking over the pedestrian bridge on the Yellowstone river, we met a schoolteacher watering the flowers and talked to her so long, that her family drove by to see if she had fallen off the bridge. And then this morning at the hotel, we sat for breakfast beside an oil explorer/rodeo roper from Arkansas, who is here to look for oil. apparently an oil boom is starting in this area.
Now I hope the museum is worth the wait, as I am feeling the pull of the open road.
Picture: off the internet, I didn't have time to get another picture before it got dark last night, too much talk not enough walk. This picture is in Glendive, but it's not where we go to fill up.