|Off from Fergus Falls, Minnesota this morning. We were finally able to get more of our pictures in the journal website this morning. Accepted some more friends and added what I wrote on the computer in the car as we traveled.
We realized today that there was a glitch in our transfer of funds for the trailer – spent quite awhile in Bismarck, ND downloading a form we needed to sign and put in overnight mail. But it all worked out so we’re on the road again.
We will be in Glasgow, Montana tonight and up early to get to Glacier National Park around noon so we can try to get a campsite for the weekend.
We crossed the continental divide today and our second time zone (mountain time now). We also hit 2,000 miles … a big day!
The dogs and the humans would like a little more time for perambulations – but when we get to Glacier we can make up for it. No dogs on the trails – but we can take lots of walks on the public roads and around the campground.
We stopped at the Painted Canyon of Theodore Roosevelt National Park on the western edge of the North Dakota badlands. We had a lovely leisurely walk around the lookout at the visitor center. What treasures Roosevelt preserved for us… It was lovely and a nice place to wander for awhile.
We’ve made it from Rome, Maine to Glasgow, Montana…