Courtney Barber
July 15, 2016
Photos By: Amie Williams

Day 3 of Rally North America started downtown in Great Falls, Montana. We got our checkpoint card and we were off headed towards Kellogg, Idaho.

The first stop was at the entrance of Glacier National Park. The next thing we knew we were headed up Logan's pass with a top elevation of 6,646 feet above sea level along the Continental Divide, which is at the summit of Going-to-the-Sun Road. The views were absolutely breathtaking and I'm happy to say Project Road Warrior rocked it! I had been a little worried about how the elevation would affect my carburetor. I heard a little pinging as we reached the top but nothing major that required any adjustments to the air:fuel ratio.

Photo Gallery

View Photo Gallery

As we made our way down the pass, the views continued to get better with waterfalls cascading down all around us. We tried taking video along the way because the pictures just couldn't do it justice. Every time we would put the camera down it was just a few seconds until we hit the record button again. If you ever have a chance to take the drive I highly recommend it. Just another reason why I love Rally North America!

After returning to sea level we continued our journey and ran into one of my favorite Mustangs on the rally driven by Team Limer. The 2006 GT was glowing in my rear view as we traveled through the hills in the sunshine on our way to the hotel in Kellogg, Idaho. Another day done complete with some spectacular memories and places I will definitely visit again!

Photo Gallery

View Photo Gallery