Holiday Inn Riverton - Convention Center
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Wednesday, September 17th - Coeur d'Alene, ID to Butte, MT KOA
Passed thru Marshall, MT where I-90 goes over the town as almost all buildings in the town are on the national register and none could be moved. Here, 1 Billion ounces of Silver has been mined since 1884.
Clinton, MT is the home of the Testicle Festival aka Testy Festy. Got a picture of the ...
... Amanda bought a new Camelbak rucksack in REI. She'd really wanted one in bright blue, but they only had purple in stock. However, when we went into the Wild Iris outdoor store in Lander, they had a bright blue one hanging on the rack. Deciding to be cheeky, Amanda asked the assistant, Joan, if she ...
... Jenny camp ground was full so we decided to choose the signal mountain camp ground. So our first destination was the camp ground. We took an open spot and then set up our tent. Soon it was time for lunch and we had lunch, which was the last batch of frozer parotas and curry and all of us relaxed in the tent. Adults slept while the kids decided to catch ...
The flight from Anchorage to Denver was uneventful, and we touched down early. Rachel's connecting flight to Washington and Buffalo was at the gate next door so we left Brendan to farewell her, and went and collected the baggage.
Outside, we jumped on a free shuttle going to the Fairfield Inn as it was one of the hotels that the RV place picks up from. I always feel a bit awkward about hitching a ride if we aren't actually staying there, but the shuttle driver ...
... the lack of tourists meant that we made such good progress that we soon reached our turn off at Moran and soon after left the park.
The mountains and forests soon gave way to bad lands, broken eroded ground, cut with gullies and dry washes. This made for great photos, with some beautiful colours, but it didn't last long. The badlands gave way to prairie land.
We soon arrived ...