Yesterday I decided to head home. I’d had enough of travel and wanted tosleep in my own bed for a while. I wanted to spend some time with Dan,working with him on figuring out our future.
So from Moosonin Saskatchewan, I turned southwest. I crossed thesugar-beeted plains of North Dakota, and the rolling badlands of Montana.This morning I’m in Red Lodge, Montana, just northeast of YellowstoneNational Park. I’ll cross through the park, alongside the Grant Tetons, anddown to Salt Lake before making the long and boring crossing of Nevada toReno. Then across the Sierra and down towards home.
I’m 18 hours from home, which means I’ll be there in two nights.