Retirement has allowed us to travel on two lane highways, no more rushing to the destination on interstates. It is so relaxing and each town we go through has its own flavor and Although we don’t stop in everyone, the small town friendliness is always there. We spent the night at a KOA in Miles City, Montana on Monday. After setting up camp, we walked downtown to catch some of the game. The Montana Bar was beautiful and historic. Tiled floors and carved bar, horsehide booths and cow heads on the wall. 


Yesterday we made it all the way to Glacier National Park. After checking all campgrounds statuses, and all the large ones on the east side were full. We have decided to camp at Cut Bank. It is primative, with 14 sites. After a five mile drive down a dirt road, we were surprised to find it nearly full of young tent campers. Found a great spot with this view!

Right out the back of our camper. Today we are going to the visitor center and then back to the campground to hike. Besides the tent campers, there are lots of cows, yes cows. 

A brave couple camped near us have a baby with them. Love to see that! No cellular service back at the campsite. So until tomorrow…

Almost forgot, woke up to ice on the puddles, but we have our nice cozy camper.