Days 10 to 14: photo journal

Day 10 (the stalk on the left is a 1 but I may reshoot day 10 as this is weak): Tunchunk to Red Meadow Lake

Day 10 (the stalk on the left is a 1 but I may reshoot day 10 as this is weak): Tunchunk to Red Meadow Lake

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Day 11: Red Meadow Lake to Whitefish

Day 11: Red Meadow Lake to Whitefish

Huckleberry bear paw from the farmers' market at Whitefish

Huckleberry bear paw from the farmers’ market at Whitefish

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Day 12: Whitefish to Big Fork (except I stayed at Ferndale)

Day 12: Whitefish to Big Fork (except I stayed at Ferndale)

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Day 13: Big Fork / Ferndale to Woodward Creek

Day 13: Big Fork / Ferndale to Woodward Creek

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(So as to not disappoint, Michele, if you look carefully, you’ll see that I’m blinking)

Day 14: Woodward Creek to Clearwater Lake

Day 14: Woodward Creek to Clearwater Lake

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8 thoughts on “Days 10 to 14: photo journal

  1. Wow Anna, just read all of this whilst lying in bed and have been chuckling away to myself. When are toy bringing our the book? It looks amazing, really beautiful – so glad you are having a good time. Xx

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  2. Hi Anna
    As I sit here struggling through writing multi country reports on communication pillars, supporting attributes and value propositions, I rather wish I was with you cycling (downhill) through beautiful Montana. Enjoy every second as you know what awaits you when you return!

    x

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    • Did positioning D win? The one that doesn’t really ruffle any feathers?
      Keep ploughing on and remember, just change the title of the French one to Germany and you’ll be fine, and change Italy to the word ‘Spain’ and hey presto, another report done!

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  3. Hahaha, never a dull moment! Cheered me up no end.
    I’ve got flu, but i feel I’ll be on the mend in no time if I can temporarily borrow your empowerment song???

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  4. Hola Chica,
    My god, it sounds like you’re having an incredible adventure with lots of highs and lows, not just in the terrain but also mental and physical. I have so much admiration for you and couldn’t even contemplate doing what you’re doing. The photos are absolutely stunning and you must be seeing the most amazing things. I’m not even sure what a wolverine looks like so that’s top of my list for now. I am so glad too that you’re meeting lots of friendly people along the way and am sure that they’re writing in their blogs about having met a brilliantly witty Brit who’s had them in stitches for hours!
    Masses of love xxxx

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    • Oh yeah, they’re falling all over me 😉 It has been a very welcome surprise to meet as many people as I have. Actually just bumped into nice Aussie guy again! Wish I had a bit more wifi access – things are pretty remote now. How’s Singers?

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