Yellowstone River Lodge
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... on the horizon! See antelope lying on barren hillsides. Had lunch at a McDonalds in Sheridan, WY since we couldn't locate a rest area for picnic. At some point, we entered Montana - never saw a sign at the border.
Beautiful sky with white clouds today over the Montana landscape... rolling hills of grass and then bigger hills covered with pines. This Big Sky Country.
Close to 3 PM, we arrived at Little Bighorn ...
... a picture of our rig she had seen on one of the RV forums. She and her husband were reading one of the blog entries I had made and they were discussing they had seen us this week on the road. Then they realized we were sitting about 4 sites down from them. She came in and we had a nice visit--as if we had been friends for a long time. What a great life. We continue to meet people along our journey with similar goals and dreams. ...
... find out about my accent.
It was getting late by the time I walked out and I decided to go back to McDonalds to get onto their Wi-Fi. Through the window I saw a group I'd met at the hall in earnest conversation so I didn't bother with my laptop and just went inside to join them. We were there quite late.
Like every other congregation we went to last trip, the friendliness reminds us of ...
... crystal clear lakes were fed by still melting snow. Yes, there was still quite an amount of snow still to melt before summer's end. As we started back down the mountain, signs proclaimed “Grizzly Bear country” that certainly makes you take notice. My literal highs and lows came driving the mountains!
We came across a primitive, rustic, campground right off the mountain road settled next to ...
It was a sunny and remarkably blue-skied day when we got up today. How soon one forgets the beauty of the west and all. We headed up to Billings and were amazed at how much dirty water was flowing in the creeks and rivers we crossed. Every low spot was overflowing, but we encountered no water at all on the highway. I'd heard that even the interstate here was closed just a few days ago. Today it was smooth ...