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Deer Lodge Montana

Meandering around the West found Peg and I in Garrison, Montana at a lovely old RV park close by the Little Blackfoot River. Yes Scout got to swim in the Little Blackfoot, or more precisely wade in the stream of … Continue reading

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Valar Horse Facility Hoback Junction Wyoming

These two weeks find us with Pia Valar at the Valar Horse Facility, one of our favorite stops. We have met a lot of people and made new friends this visit. Scout and I visited the Hoback and Snake rivers … Continue reading

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The Rolling Hills of Northeastern Wyoming and Other Wonderings

Back at Mountain View RV Park in Sandance, Wyoming for a while because it is a great place to stay and close to where the View’s new awning will show up, eventually. The awning was supposed to be replaced 2 … Continue reading

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Missouri River Canyon in the Adel Mountains (Big Belt) Volcanic Field & Prewett Creek RV Park

The RV lifestyle often finds Peg and I in unique places. We have boondocked, stayed in campgrounds that had met decay many years ago and lost, stopped in exquisite top of the line RV resorts and everything in between. Some … Continue reading

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Little Big Horn Battlefield & 7th Ranch RV Park

Traveling north out of Wyoming our first stop was Garryowen on the Crow Nation reservation close by the Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument. We stayed at 7th Ranch RV Park, nice campground on a hillside with incredible sunsets and … Continue reading

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Sundance Wyoming and the Black Hills

Mountain View RV Park in Sundance, Wyoming is a gem. Clean, well run with a nice pool and fully remodeled bathrooms and showers. Easy access to Devil’s Tower and the Black Hills via the west side roads. A bit of … Continue reading

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Boots RV Campground Medora, North Dakota and Theodore Roosevelt National Park

North Dakota continues to surprise. The trip down from Garrison was a pleasant drive on very good roads. Oil has a way of generating money and it is obvious in this part of ND that oil has contributed a lot … Continue reading

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EAST TOTTEN TRAIL CAMPGROUND (ND)

Sakakawea Lake is huge. Garrison dam is impressive and the East Totten Trail Campground is a welcome change of pace. This is a Core of Engineers campground only recently re-opened due to the Covid-19 disease. Our site was a back … Continue reading

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Dark Clouds

(I wrote this in April of this year and did not publish it for some reason. As I reviewed the piece I thought it still might have some relevance and so submit it for your reading. Comments are always welcome. … Continue reading

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Turtle River State Park North Dakota

Turtle River State Park is a hardwood forest with the Turtle river running through it. Lots of trails through the woods and a great campground. Just 14 miles west of Grand Forks and a couple miles from Grand Forks Air … Continue reading

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