We just knocked one of our bucket list items off ! We rode the Hiawatha Trail, both ways actually. Nestled in the backcountry of the Bitterroot Mountains there once was a railroad. A railroad that literally moved mountains, or more correctly bored through them and connected them with skybridges. It was the first line to connect Chicago to Seattle and ran the worlds fastest passenger liners, for its day. Check out their website to learn more about it.

Normally, I would write alot more about it, but if a picture says a thousand words then movies must say a million, so please enjoy my first effort at a GoPro based flick and let me know what you think!

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