Needed to put some break in miles on my new motor so we took an evening ride up the Bull River highway a couple of miles from the house. I love these long days! We put 44 miles on the motor this evening. PK
Just turned off Hwy 200 on to BR Hwy, (MT 56).
Photo Stop. We often see moose in the pool just over the guard rail.
Bull River, in the foreground, is out of it's banks and flooding the meadow beyond. Run off is picking up.
The two peaks are in the Cabinet Wilderness which runs up the east side of the valley.
A ride with a view!
Did the same in Tennessee last Sunday evening.
Thanks for posting Steve, now that was really nice and enjoyed the video----I'd like to know how to do that with our T.
We've got to drive a long way to find roads like that in Los Angeles!
My wife did the filming. She has an iPhone on a selfie stick. You see her hand holding the stick in some spots. Then she does some magic on her computer to edit it and add music. All a mystery to me at that point.
Thank you for posting that video. It is wonderful and I really enjoyed it.
Moreover, please thank your wife for shooting the video and for all of her editing skills. If she is not doing this sort of work for wages then she has missed her calling! Thanks again, Bill.
What a beautiful area to drive a model T.....and NO traffic! Not easy to duplicate that in southern California. Your wife did a good job filming. Enjoyed seeing the Deer also.
Nice camera work Steve! I love roads like that. PK
Steve, very nice, what part of Middle TN.?
But not sure its any prettier than Montana!!!