Canyon Ferry, MT High 78 Low 54
We left the Jerome County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, June 30. This camper had pulled in next to us the night before. I don't think even if I was a whole lot younger that I could "RV" like this.
We originally planned on staying Tuesday night at the rest area in Lima, MT but even though it is a really nice rest area, it is not level at all. I suggested we head up the road about 30 miles to Clark Canyon Reservoir. We are really glad we did because once again we had fantastic views.
A storm moved through with a whole lot of wind. Lots of white caps out on the lake.
Wednesday morning the wind was still blowing hard and we were happy we only had 140 miles to go to our destination. However, as soon as we got out of the canyon, the winds weren't bad at all. Lots of beautiful clouds keeping the weather cool for travel.
That is fresh snow up there on those mountain tops. As long as it stays up there I can enjoy how beautiful it is.
We are now situated in our spot at the KOA Canyon Ferry, MT. I'll take some pictures and do a post on our spot. This is a fishing camp and this week-end it is full of RVs and boats of all kinds. We are having storms every afternoon which is pretty usual for summer.
Hope everyone has a safe and fun 4th of July. We are staying home and away from crowds.