From the bloggers at RV Life.
When the Corps of Discovery made it over the Bitterroot Mountains in Western Montana, Lewis headed north to explore the rivers that lead up toward Canada, while Clark headed south, looking to explore the lands that might be of future use to the expanding United States. Like Clark, my wife and I followed the southern route this past summer. We explored and enjoyed the region, and also came across some mighty trout from the Big Horn River.
The Rockies have some pretty remote places, and unlike the Idaho Bitteroot Range, we found some passes that provided gentler traveling. We enjoyed the trip through the mining country around Butte. We then headed east to visit my hunting and fishing buddy, Craig, to do some fishing.
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