Day 125

Flathead River Valley

July 30th, 2010


  1. Sera says:

    First Again!

  2. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    I see those rails down there under the over pass you’re on. Have you been riding the rails again hobo? Does look like it would be a beautiful ride through the mountain valley.

  3. Glenda says:

    Sure hope someone gives you some Flathead Cherries to try :)

  4. mmmmm Flathead Cherries, I’m heading to Missoula next week but alas you will be in Washington or Idaho (depending on your route) by then .

  5. Karen Too says:

    Interesting perspective in this photo, and what beautiful mountains, sky, etc. Again, I love these shapes, colors of this area.

    Matt is in for lots more spectacular scenery.

  6. Jeff says:

    Nice shot….a valley it sure is.

  7. Candice in Alabama says:

    Very pretty! Loving that blue sky. Hope you are having low humidity! This road makes me think of the one that made me sea-sick. It was like zig-zag all the way down. Of course you experience the zig-zag more intensely if you are driving a car.

  8. Gigi says:

    The sunset over the valley must be awesome.

  9. charlie says:

    what tune do you think matt has in his head as he walks. or did i miss something way back and he has an ipod? wonder what his playlist is…..

  10. Jeff says:

    No radio, No ipod…Just a droid…which I suspect can play any internet staion he wants.
    Full list of items he has is available

  11. Jim in AR via MN says:

    Two Medicine Country???…I think that may be just North of where Matt is…more near Kalispell…beautiful area…I don’t know if he will pass through any part of that…Blackfeet Country, the tribe I mean…

  12. Don in Tennessee says:

    Hey-Hobo Nation

    I think Matt is sending a signal. Does he go left or right or is he Miss o u la? Did you wave at the RAIL HOBOS as they rolled past you? I think all HOBOS RAILY like each other regardless of mode of transportation.

    What a great shot of the valley with the railroad tracks coming round the mountain and the 3 ranges of mountains folding into the valley.

    Keep on tracking Matt!

  13. Dennis in So Cal says:

    Neither is a direct route to Oregon.

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