Next time we go sightseeing with my parents, I promise I'll remember to clean the windows first.
Our destination was the Blackfoot Recreation Corridor (map), a lovely chunk of road where the Blackfoot and MT 200 part ways for 17 or so miles. We took it East to West, beginning with this stretch of prairie.
Looking toward the Rattlesnake Wilderness
Tater Tot loves throwing rocks into water.
And the pitch.
My parents (including Dad, above) wanted to take a roadtrip into the woods/mountains and we (and Ludwig) were happy to oblige. I had a minor ulterior motive for choosing this particular stretch of road, as it has a few campgrounds along it I wanted to check out.
Looking toward the Garnet Mountains
Melissa drove, Dad rode shotgun.
my Dad + camera = pictures of rocks
The road was forgiving--we didn't have to put on the chains once.
Definitely worth a second trip.