Aug 29, Jordan, MT. “I Looked Over Jordan”

And what did I see? If Montanans were totally honest they’d agree that the state bird, flower, tree all rolled together should be the grasshopper. They’re everywhere- as we ride along they’re flying up constantly- into the spokes (ping) onto my bare leg (whoa Nellie) two rode on the handlebars and bags with me for miles this morning. Even seeing a new species today – black sitting, brilliant red inner wings when flying. The BnB last night was just like home – good food and sleep. Windy ride today, stiff crosswind, open grassland, long views, antelopes, came upon a wounded nighthawk-happy coyote tonite. Raining as we arrived in Jordan, nice motel. Pics are front of BnB w/bikes and neat eroded gray landscape near BnB-result of area being inland sea very long time ago.




6 Comments on “Aug 29, Jordan, MT. “I Looked Over Jordan””

  1. Karen Walborn says:

    You are awesome and while you are having a BALL, the YMCA is just not the same! However, we will survive and look forward to seeing your smiling face again….after awhile. Continue to ENJOY your adventure……

  2. Alice says:

    What an amazing thing you are doing.
    I’m glad it is going so well for you.
    Keep peddaling!

  3. Mark says:

    WOWIE!!! What fantastic and beautiful sights you are seeing … “Oh beautiful, for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain… America, America, God shed His grace on thee..”

  4. Dave Glick says:

    When the wind isn’t blowing and assuming you are on relatively flat ground, what is your ground speed?

  5. Steve Lance says:

    I’m not thinking Montanna will be willing to trade “Big Sky Country” for “Land of many grasshoppers”, you might drop it in the suggestion box though,

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