Thursday was Sinbad's 11th birthday...around about. Actual date is unknown so we picked the 15th.
Hey, I was finally able to get a picture through so I'll use this opportunity to update after we left Glacier National Park.
We stayed at a forest service camp outside Glacier, then spent the next two days heading east then south through Montana. The drive reminded me a lot of that long long drive through the west plains of Texas and I enjoyed every mile of it, all 461 of them. The flat plains of Montana though is not as dry as Texas and thus, a bit more productive. A lot of wheat fields. Currently we are in Billings Montana staying at what is "The World's First KOA". Yes, this is where it all began and we stayed here just to say we did. It is quite nice too right along the Yellowstone River which is directly behind us.
Today a stop to see where Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition left some graffiti. He carved his name into a rock face of a sandstone butte overlooking the Yellowstone River. Then on to the site of the Little Bighorn Battlefield where General Custer and company bought the ranch. Afterwards, on into Wyoming and whatever we may find there. No real plan. There never is.