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... arrived at the Three Forks Campground around 4PM and reunited with cousins Jim & Judy. After a brief visit we climbed into their truck and drove to Manhattan, MT where J &J's friends, Sue and Jim Lovell have a wonderful craftsman style home with their pedigreed bird dog named Ruby and a 9 yr. old dachshund, Elvis. Their neighbors came over, a neat young couple expecting twins in a few weeks. We all ...
... was caused by the extension valve that was put on it at Mike Thompson's. They also said that the nitrogen filled tires are a crock.
Nice to know, can you fix it and how much will it cost? (fearing $300. plus per tire if it was bad). They did, total cost to remove, inspect, replace, and refill all of the other tires (also low)??? $20.00. We love this guy!
Along our ...
We woke up and headed out on our mammoth journey to glacier. We stopped off on the way at Harrison Hot Springs where we walked around the entire spring and had an ice cream before heading out again on our journey (see photos and video). Along the route (see photos of route) we stopped off for our first ever Dairy Queen (DQ), Louis had a Mozza burger and I had an Ultimate burger, both very nice. We stopped off to take some photos at an old ...
... and not a lot of colorful flora, but it was a good trip nonetheless.
We pulled into the Ford/RV dealer at about noon and met up with our guy Bruce. He showed us a 2008 Four Winds Hurricane, thirty feet in length. We closely checked it out and decided that we could live with it. It's not overly impressive and is lacking some of the amenities we'd like, but it does have a nice spacious living area. It's ...
... that our guide recommended because she worked there for years. We all ate at the Spectators Bar that was stationed in the bottom of an apartment complex on campus of Montana State University. After a great lunch, we started driving and didn't stop for about four hours. Once we stopped, we went and saw a movie which was right across from the Wal-Mart where we spent the ...