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... 10 yards from the road down in the underbrush. I quickly got my camera out and took a photo. The bear continued moving away and was quickly gone.
Shortly after I spotted a Gallatine National Forest campground and decided to camp there - instead of going all the way down to the Bozeman KOA on I-90. It was a very nice and quiet location with plenty of firewood. I decided to spend two days ...
... historic railroad area, Historic Home District, churches, saloons and other historic buildings. If a trolley tour is available we always take tours the first day in a new town. It's the best way to see and learn about the history and significant places to revisit on our own.
Great Falls is known as the "Electric City" because of its dams and power plants. Montana's third largest city is located on the Missouri River among the five falls. ...
Last I wrote we were at Mt. Rushmore. From there, we drove a short day to Devil's Tower. Our campground was literally at the entrance gate, as you can see from the photo. From there we drove to Billings, MT, stopping at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. It was an impressive, sad, and thought-provoking site. Having just been in the Black Hills, we had an even better understanding of the forces that came to a head that day. The Sioux had been given the Black Hills in ...
... the oldest building in Helena. We walked to the Staggering Ox for a sandwich that is made out of bread baked in a tin can. We walked past the cathedral of St. Helena; Last Gulch Alley where gold was first discovered; the historical society; and went inside the capitol. In the afternoon, we returned to Great Falls and toured the ...
... were not working so our first stop was at Apple Valley Camping (We bought our trailer there). The mechanic cleaned the connection from the trailer to the suburban - turned out to be only a temporary fix.
First night was spent at Goose Island Campground near La Crosse, WI - very nice. Then we drove across southern Minnesota and stopped to visit the Big Jolly Green Giant.
The next night we stayed in Mitchell, ...
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