Nothing happened today. No cycling, sight seeing, shopping or eating out— I checked all those blocks yesterday. Oh, and no laundry, because Ed did the laundry. Today was a rest day, and I just hung out at the hotel; called my sisters and friends; and caught up on the blog, rest and nutrition. End of story. I need more rest days in my life.
6/26/2021 – Zero Day in Whitefish, MT
Published by Eileen Hardy
I am a retired US Army officer and IT professional, mother of one, grandma of four, faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, fitness and vacation fanatic, cruise addict, transcontinental cyclist, aspiring Appalachian Trail thru hiker, ice cream addict (especially Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk) and recovered 4-H & rodeo queen Mom. (Poetic, eh?) I'm a woman with a bucket list that is still growing, and only so much time to work on it. View all posts by Eileen Hardy
9 thoughts on “6/26/2021 – Zero Day in Whitefish, MT”
Montana sounds like a great place to rest! Temps have been soaring so hopefully it is cooler there. Enjoy the respite.
Temps are hot in the afternoons and going to get hotter. So we are getting up earlier and earlier. We’ll ride in the dark, if we have to.
Thanks for calling me. I’m glad you took a day to rest.
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Hello Eileen! Paul and I (Liz) met you at Big Bend today as you climbed to Logan’s Pass. Hope you are having a good time at JSM campground. We will be thinking of you as you continue your adventure!
Hi Liz! Thanks for reaching out! We are actually staying in one of the motel rooms. It was HOT when we arrived here, and there is no shade in the campground. Take care and safe travels!
Ooh, so glad you are enjoying that air conditioning. How fortunate that you are able to even find a motel room in peak season so close to Glacier! Happy travels!!
We are really lucky! Seriously! The problem with our motel and all the little motels in St Mary is that NONE of them have air conditioning. The room did not cool off till the last couple of hours of our sleep. Still, it was better than having to sit in the barren dirt campground waiting for shade.
A well deserved rest for you…..Yea!
Good luck on the next leg of your journey. I look forward to any blog updates that you have the time and energy to post! Stay safe!!
Thanks Mickey! This is really hard–even the short days. It is busting my chops! Hopefully, things ease up as we move down the road.