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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... or have nicer grounds.
All four of us walked through the campground while throwing a football. We took a short trail to see the Madison River, which is directly behind the campground. Rees grilled our steak and we ate inside the RV due to colder weather and WIND. The kids played Minecraft (I guess we weren’t the only ones glad to have electricity), Rees messed with the computer, then we all retired to bed to ...
... potty stop'! I grabbed some fuel, rechecked the route and weather and took off again.
I made it as far as Powell, WY and decided to land to check the fuel vents since the wing tanks were not feeding evenly. On the ground everything looked fine and the very friendly FBO lady said I should just spend the night here, - so I did!
I'll head for Casper and Glendo Reservoir airstrip in the morning. Hope to do some fishing ...
We all headed to Pokeys at 10am to say our goodbyes to Ric, Jen and
Tate. We all had a great time, thank you for your hospitality.
After we bought some fruit for the trip, we headed off at 11.00am
towards Billings. We drove for a while and then had lunch at Sheridan. After
that we stopped at the Little Bighorn Battle Monument. ...
... only 100 yards wide. At the town of Townsend I had read about a side road that paralleled the highway but on the other side of the river. It followed the river more
closely and was supposed to have LC markers along the way. I didn’t expect a very rough gravel road with steep drops and the worse washboard surface I’ve been on. I tried it for a few miles and finally stopped ...
June 8, 2015 (Clark’s eastbound equivalent 7/8-12/1806)
Today’s route followed very closely to the route that
Clark’s contingent took east from the Big Hole Valley and down the Beaverhead
River (they had named it the Jefferson).
I left Bannack State Park but decided not to take a gravel road that
looked like 17 miles of washboard and followed Route 278 to Dillon. Dillon has a ...