Horse Thief Campground
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Do you know what vapor lock is?? well I sure as hell didn't....apparently on older engines its when the gas gets to hot and vaporizes before it gets to the engine....which is not ideal with a two ton old girl and hills. I learned this this from the kind gentleman at the Flinstones Campground as well as the fact that we couldn't hook up to our power …
... privately funded (nonprofit) enterprise now run by the deceased sculptor's family. The entrance fee, gift shop and restaurant all serve to fund the ongoing project. It is by no means even close to being finished and is still years and years away from completion.
When we got back to our campsite, we enjoyed gin and tonics followed by a steak on the griddle and a fire afterwards - a great way to end the ...
... Bob, Rob & Alison, David Oakley (well most of the time when he doesnt take a wrong turning!) and David Lawrence. We get on well as a group but as you would expect have the discussion and opinions about the route and when to take lunch etc. David Oakley ids funny, he has managed to drop his bike (Pan European) twice - today was classic he left his bike and forgot to put the stand down first!
I need mention how well Bridget is ...
It's felt really good to be at the same campground for 3 nights! We have gotten really good at the set up and takedown but it's a very well deserved break. It's at Custer Gultch at the outside entrance of the Custer State Park. All the campgrounds were inside full. We set up all 3 tents on 2 sites. We are in the primative part, kinda away from everyone...it's a good thing lol. The kids can explore freely and be noisy. We have gophers ...
... get gas and saw that the whole side of the gas canopy was plastered with leaves and debris that had blown off the trees across the street and covered just about every flat surface there was on the canopy. The storm had hit here even harder, apparently.
We stopped next in Broadus, MT, for lunch at a small diner (a true Mom and Pop operation, along with the daughter!). Had a wonderful lunch ...