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... safely tucked inside a nice metal RV!
We stopped at a cute town called Bozeman in Montana for burgers and more bookshops before arriving at that nights campground – all in all a good day!
The next day was pretty much a driving day to get us a little nearer to Glacier National Park. On this drive Sevi was rocking out to a new favourite song of his – very country and a little bit hillbilly it’s called 'The Devil Went ...
... mountain goats, bison and bighorn sheep all kept us scanning the landscape for movement and the next sighting. A full day of cold rain grounded us for a bit, but we were proud to be part of the hardy few in the nearly deserted campground that stuck out the rain in a tent.
From there we finally crossed the US border into Glacier National Park, Montana. We stayed two wonderful nights in the Many ...
... get and then proceed to jack it up and bling it out. As a result some suburbs look like a monster truck derby is in town! Pete's small (by comparison) T100, for the most part, remains pretty tame. When reading his rego label I notice that the govt authority had abbreviated Toyota to "Toy" and, as such, it simply read: "Toy Truck". So I thought that "Tonka" (after the indestructible toys) would be an appropriate name for his underdog workhorse.
After I ...
... path...is that the sun...there’s gotta be a bear around the corner...oh look, there’s the lake lake - wait, where did it go?...and now we are on a blessedly beautiful ferry back...”, venture! Despite my completely unadulterated humor, it really was a memorable exit to the park.
Besides the occasional trip into town, we pretty much stayed in the seclusion of the park for 10 days. There was one day we attempted to connect ...
... them on different obscure scales and occasionally pretending to be celebrity judges.
On the second we had a huge beach day getting there as early as we could (approximately1:30pm Sutherland time) and stayed until the sun was almost going down. For unknown Sutherland reasons, Arlo booked a hotel "closer to town" for the final night. We drove out of the campground, drove down the ...