Ah Montana!

For the past few days, I haven’t had any connection to the internet and only sporadic cell service. 

Hello, my name is Juley, and I’m addicted to my devices. 

That also means I’m so far behind in my blogging for this trip. 
Plymouth COE Campground

After leaving Troutdale, I drove to Plymouth, Washington, which is on the North shores of the Columbia River. Murphy and I camped for two nights in a COE (Army Corps of Engineers) campground. 
We really just relaxed and did some cooking in preparation for the long travel days ahead. 
After leaving Plymouth we headed for Montana. I consider it my true home and it felt so good to be there.
We stayed in St. Regis for two nights. The campground had lots of hiking trails and great places to let Murphy get some exercise. 
I’m always surprised at how many other Airstreams I see when I’m traveling. 

Next stop, somewhere near Yellowstone. 

4 thoughts on “Ah Montana!”

  1. Pingback: Complete Guide to Traveling Montana by RV - She Can RV

  2. Heading south to Portland and then over on the I84 down to Twin Falls, ID. Then going further south to Cathedral Gorge SP. We may or may not stop at Great Basin National Park depending on the weather. It is pretty high up in altitude there.Making our way slowly to the Grand Canyon where we are booked in their trailer village for a week before sliding into New Mexico. Will end up in southern AZ by mid November. Enjoy Montana.

  3. Glad to hear that everything is okay and you are on the road again for more adventures. We are excited as we are leaving next weekend for the winter to the USA. It has been a long year of renos and we are looking forward to taking time out for another rving adventure.

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