"Sir, would you mind changing the channel to ESPN? The big game is on today"
Man with cowboy hat on - "What game?"
"The world cup final"
*looks confused, says nothing, and hands us remote*
We watched the game with a few other couples, one of them also riding the divide. After a few beer and celebrations by Cam (go Deutschland), we took a little wobbly ride down the rest of the hill and eventually to Bannack State Park.
I won't bore you with details, but Bannack was the first Capital of Montana when it struck gold. It used to be a mining town riddled with money, mischief, thieves, vigilantes and prostitutes. It is now a restored ghost town.
We took a few minutes exploring and then pedaled off to our campsite for the night. All in all, we covered about 45 mile or so after 4pm. We were pleased.
Bannack State Park
In the unlikely event that any of Cam's 4 Prospect roomates are reading this, this ones for you. Finally found a house with a similar style build. The house isn't actually on a hill... it's just crooked.
Joe Montana's house. probably
Some famous quarterback probably bailed hay here or something
Geoff the engineer
G providing some scale
our campsite for the night
#nofilter #instagram #jacob
Africa in the distance
skipping stones may break my bones