Miles City Motel kindly offered us two very nice rooms for our men's team to stay for the night. We are always grateful for these kind offerings.
We met some very kind and friendly people at the Miles City Motel this morning oun our way out to run. This kind gentleman is a Veteran of the Vietnam war who, after seeing war firsthand, is a firm supporter of peace.
Salil was the first cheerful runner out of Miles City this morning.
Arpan seems to be quite 'tired' even before starting his run for the day.
Atul is happy as he starts his run on this cool morning.
Semi cloudy skies and beautiful fields and pastures greeted our runners here in eastern Montana.
Long uphills can be a challenge to keep up a decent pace.
Downhills are a chance to pick up the pace.
A peace runner is dwarfed by the vast and beautiful landscape.
Banshidhar is thrilled with this beautiful day, especially because he has just finished his miles for the day.
As the dark clouds come in Nikolaus and his team run outrun the rain.
The women's team meets some friendly locals who stop to share the Peace Torch.
This friendly local refused to hold the Peace Torch with Putu.
Taking a photo break on a local haystack.
They reach our final destination in Baker, Montana.
Mananya does some serious foot repair for Putu.
Time for dinner. The women's team was on duty for dinner tonight. Tomorrow one of the men's teams with cook dinner. Not sure if they can top this delicious meal.
'Assembly of God'? Or two sore runners stretching their tired muscles.
Sarankhu is stretching his sleepy muscles after an afternoon nap.
The women's team enjoying an after dinner guessing game.
Sarankhu demonstrates the mood for the day, happy runners, even after many hard miles on the road of peace carrying and sharing the Peace Torch.
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