Sunshine and Rain – Highs 64 to 72 Lows 38 to 42
Thursday morning we said a reluctant goodbye to our friends and that beautiful campground and headed towards Montana.
We were going to spend the night in Ashton, ID before heading up to Bozeman, MT on Friday. However, when we got to Rexburg, ID (Only about 20 miles from Ashton) a big highway sign was flashing at us – trucks not allowed on Highway 20 north of Ashton due to road construction. Other vehicles expect significant delays of up to two hours. HOLD everything!!
We pulled over, ate lunch and decided that we would head over to I-15 and head to Dillon for the night. So instead of a 180 mile day, we ended up with a 320 mile day. We didn’t even unhitch at the campground in Dillon.
On Friday morning we drove on to Bozeman. The closer we got to Bozeman the worse the skies looked.
By the time we got to the campground, it was pouring rain. It’s been forever since we have had to unhook in the rain. We were soaked to the bone.
The girls were not impressed either.
Scooter is always hopeful that there are critters waiting to be hunted.
Bozeman was not in our original travel plans but we had an excellent reason for the detour. Details in my next blog post.