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We took one night to get to Glacier National Park going along Rt 2. There are pretty slim pickin's for RV campsites and many try to get you close to some sleezy casino. We jammed ourselves into our space which was billed as a pull thru, full hookup. Well, the hookup was pretty much on the street (only it was a RV campsite and we were literally parked on a curb like on-street parking. Others were shoved into too small ...
... Lightning and hail storm hit. We raced home and pulled in our slides as quick as possible. Then, all the power went out in the town. In the morning, it had still not come back on. We ran our generator all night for our A/C.
Ran some miles at local track while Kim walked around it.
Today, we drove to Harve, MT and the Evergreen Campground just north of town. The park was a small 22 site park with a mix of full hook ups and water and electric only plus tent sites settled in the trees. It was well off the main highway and the train tracks down in town. The owners were very nice and helpful and accommodated us ...
After 3 "ear popping" mountain passes over the beautiful Rockies, the powerful rolling hills of "Beef Country" took us to the plains of wheat country around Great Falls to Havre. One hour behind home time, but tummy doesn't know that yet! First time to use windshield wipers in several ...
What is that thing at exit 72 (Enchanted Highway)? It looks like a big dream catcher but it is a sculpture called Geese in Flight. At Ric******* we saw a building that looked like a castle. Turns out it is Assumption abbey and Benedictine monastery.
We saw "world's largest Holstein cow" on a hill by New Salem.
Baby is finally starting to get a bit used to the travel and is walking around in the motor home, ...