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I walked back into the totally modern airport to get cash (easy-peasy), rent a phone (that I haven’t tried yet), get a thing for my computer to connect to the internet (that isn’t working), get a gps (that isn’t charging properly and could quit at any moment), and rent the car. This whole process took a couple of hours plus the late start meant that I was going to be driving most of the way to Clarens in the dark. It’s the thing I always say I never want to do – drive in the dark. But as all my dear friends know when they tell me what they are never going to do, I also always say never say never. It was ok, not my favorite.

During the two hours of daylight that I did have the scenery was entirely Big Sky, that 360 degree view of the horizon. A problem when driving yourself is getting the shot. It seems you can get any shot you want, just stop and get it but you can’t stop on the big roads because of all the traffic and you can’t stop on the small roads because there isn’t any shoulder. I did grab a couple shots out the window, this being one.
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