Yellowstone River Lodge
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We went to this little Old Town called Reed Point it was very little and very old but very cute. The buildings was very cool and they had a Saloon that also had food but the way it looked I didn't want to eat there lol But it was just a stop over.
We talked with this little old man who told ...
Today was a travel day. We drove about 6 hours from the Black Hills of South Dakota to Montana. It was a beautiful drive. We really enjoyed the short time that we were able to spend in South Dakota, but we need to move forward toward Washington.
The drive was an easy, uneventful trip. Again, we love our new additional fuel tank which allows us to go almost a full day without stopping for fuel.
... Columbus with 35 minutes to spare and grabbed a quick meal from McDonalds which I expected to gulp down as I got changed in the van. It was 6:54 as I turned into the street where the hall is, but the GPS had me turn the wrong way (again!) and it wasn't until about 6:56 I got to the hall...
The few I met in the pre-meeting moments were friendly, the meeting went well and afterwards many were keen to meet ...
... It have been a very good trip so far and sure it will continue to be that way. RV is running great, getting a little over 7mpg, but hey I can pull over and use the bathroom when ever I want. Can also pull over to make a samich when ever.
Have not stopped at any attractions, plan on doing so on the return trip to Mattawa to Molly sit.
I think that is enough for now, will see yawl ...
We picked up Shorty and then returned to Costco and gassed him up. The fuel price there was about a dime more a gallon than we paid in Wyoming, but cheaper than most in that area.
The drive to Columbus was beautiful! The blue skies and fluffy clouds was a welcoming sight to us, especially after all of the rain and gray we have been experiencing. It's only about forty miles from Billings ...