I thought I would share a few more pictures from our trip to Montana. I had never been to Montana before, so this was all new to me.
We saw some wildlife:
Old Faithful and some other unique geysers and hot springs:
Some Beautiful scenery:
The Grand Tetons:
We also ventured onto the Beartooth highway. It started out looking pretty harmless, but finished up as an experience I will never forget. The road took us way up onto the top of the mountains – on roads barely clinging to the side of the mountain (sometimes with, sometimes without a guardrail).
Once we got near the top, the view was beautiful. We were literally driving around on the tops of the mountains. The clouds here just a Phelps grip away . . . and then we heard this load hissing noise. Luckily, we were driving through a meadow where the road was wider. We pulled over and this is what we saw –
A flat tire. At 10,500 feet above sea level! Eventually we got the tire changed and then had to head back down the mountain. Do you see the road in this picture?
It’s there. We had to travel down this steep, narrow road on a spare tire. Needless to say, we were quite glad to reach the bottom. The views were breathtaking, but we were so grateful that we didn’t blow the tire going around one of those hair-pin turns. That enough adventure for us!
PS – I will get to posting my bias cut binding technique. Does anyone have any advice of how to post a link to a PDF document? Otherwise I will just have to show you step-by-step with photos, but I really would like to be able to have something you all can print off and refer back to whenever you are cutting bias binding. Any help or suggestions would be great!!!!!