Yellowstone River Lodge
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... 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 IS Big Sky Country.
Close to 3 PM, we arrived at Little Bighorn ...
... sure we had a place when we pulled in. She saved her final (and largest) site for us—so we did not have to unhook the truck or the jeep AND she gave it to us for the Passport America rate. What a blessing.
We made smoothies for dinner and settled in to catch up on some of the TV shows we had recorded.
About 8:30 we heard a knock at our door. We opened the door and greeted a "new friend". She ...
... the first rest area in Montana Wednesday night and slept a few hours in the van. I didn't mind travelling at night through this stretch as we'd been here last time, but in the morning I was reminded of just how beautiful the place really is
I stopped in Butte and got some extra ...
... 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 ...
... as we ( I ) could have
stayed up there much longer! I have to wonder if I was enjoying the
same type of euphoria that I enjoy while diving to one-hundred feet
below the surface? Either way, either place, it just makes you feel good knowing that you are only the tiniest speck in all of this.
Camping below the highway in Greenough
CG near Red Lodge, Mt (present location City Park) was pretty nice