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but personally I wouldn't bother with the ritual again.
That campground on the map may have gotten flooded yesterday and be closed today....Most of us carry emergency food just for those occasions....
Thank you everyone. All the posts have been quite helpful to me as I am trying to visualize myself on the route making touring decisions.
Give a lot of consideration to a Camelback or similar backpack-type water reservoir. Even the small ones hold the equivalent of two water bottles and the big ones up to four. They also make drinking more convenient and thus less likely to be ignored until you are dehydrated. I have used one on long rides and was very happy to have it.
Thanks for the info. I think we have decided to do a counter clockwise circle from Missoula to Lost Trail pass, then to Anaconda then back to Missoula via Rock Creek. 3 days. Just don't want to have a mess for the Rock Creek section.