Driving to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

July 18-19 Wednesday and Thursday:  Since the RV was already hooked up and travel ready we decided to go ahead and get a jump on our 500 plus miles to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota.  We stopped at Evergreen Campground in Havre that night and at an Army Core of Engineers park near Fort Peck Dam in Montana.  Both camps were pleasant but with hot weather and limited time we pretty much spent the evenings inside our RV out of the heat.  John did some painting and left a couple rocks behind for people to find.

Driving across Montana, we saw a lot of interesting rock formations and cattle feeding on really scrubby looking land.  There were sheep farms, horse ranches, wild horses and lots of those big round bales of hay and not very many houses or people.  Beautiful to my eyes but I imagine its pretty desolate come winter.

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