This is how it all started
Lunch on the trail.
Camp at Hollaway. Cook tent on left, bunk-tent
on right. Note the "mannies" near the tree, which are
used to carry supplies and "dude" belongings.
SoQuiet location for solitude near the
Mick Cheff shows how to set a fly.
And this is how to catch rainbow trout.
Dr. John Meyer hooked a big one!
Heading to the top.
A rider relaxes, "on the edge".
The Chinese Wall. This marks one part of the continental divide
in the Montana Rockies.
View east from the Chinese Wall.
View west from the Chinese Wall.
A sinkhole found in the highly fractured zone of the basin area.
Are these sinkholes slow, dissolution features, or catastrophic
The wall above the campsite.
Wildlife, such as this deer, are abundant in the Bob Marshall
Back on the trail. Long rides, up to 6 hours per day, require
some good physical conditioning.
A view of Loon Lake from the cirque wall.
Picturesque Loon Lake on a quiet morning.
Excellent meals are cooked by the Cheffs and enjoyed by all.
Cactus, canyonlands and warm weather in
Weaver's Needle view.
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