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... test to see how well the two of us could survive together in close quarters! A winter storm warning was issued for 4-8 inches of snow. How long would we have to wait until we could get back on the road? I finished reading my book and Jim worked a few crossword puzzles as the snow flurries blew across the park. No TV--heaven for me, hell for Jim! I pulled the bedroom slide in tight after the flapping of the canvas slide topper in the wind prevented my slumber. We woke the ...
... if you have AT&T which has, well, no coverage to speak of at all. I knew that I would need to scope out a campsite for the first night and possibly the second. Went on to the Good Sam campground reviews and the KOA in St. Mary came up favorable. Got a site for the 2 nights, would have to change sites the second night. Spent nearly an hour trying to secure the registration on-line and having to resubmit it 5 times. Finally got the ...
... on the shallow river. We got chatting to our neighbours who were long time visitors to the park, Joe said a Beaver swims up the river every night! We took our camp chairs and a beer down to the river and at 7.25pm a beautiful large female Beaver slowly swam past and even went up on the bank a couple of times! The road opened the next day which was exciting, ...
... Site, and two small cabins, the original homes of the Jesuit Fathers and the Providence Sisters. Though the physical remains may be few, there is a lasting heritage which has continued and will continue through the years.'
The above quote is taken from a booklet 'St. Ignatius Mission . National Historic Site', which can be obtained at the church with a donation of $5. Who would have ...
... br> pies each summer.
We started to make another
excursion but decided to return to camp to get some laundry done and to make
reservations for tomorrow’s trip to Yellowstone. We will be staying the first night at the KOA
campground in Lewiston, about forty miles north of the North Yellowstone
Entrance. The two following nights we will
be staying at the Fishing Bridge RV Park inside of the park near Yellowstone