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Then now on Saturday we moved on down
to Moab, UT and found just what we were looking for. A 14 day free BLM
location. Willow Spring road off US 191 north of Moab just north of state
Home for about two weeks.
Explorying Arches National Park.
From here we will be off to around the
Mexican Hat boondocking area in south Utah. I have found several exicting
sites to camp and explore on www.
Still moving south. From Idaho Falls and
their great free city park to Kemmerer Wyoming to a Oh My God private rv
park. I used lower case as it didn't rate a high mark. And just a pay box
for $30. But it was a stopping point. Next on to Starvation State Park
near Duchesene UT which we thought was free (listed on freecampsite.net)
but we didn't read the comments saying it had been all redone and now was
a fancy park. Cost $25 + half the price of a site for extra car.
This is me driving the truck and 5er as
Terry follows behind taking pictures.
We stopped for the night in Idaho Falls,
ID at South Tourist Park. Free for one night. Water and dump station right
on the Snake River. There is also a North Tourist Park. Slowly heading
to Utah around Moab as we head south for the winter. There is lots of boondocking
around Moab. Will post what we find.
Spent a week at Frome County Park on Henery's
Lake 20 miles west of West Yellowstone. A great stepping off point to access
Yellowstone. And FREE. No water. Hate to sare this spot as it is such a
gem but with 35-40 free spots it wont fill. OK for big rigs. Henery''s
Lake State Park next door has dump station for $5 and very very friendly.
Oh and I just had to add a shot of Terry back in MT getting ready to go
Of course we took several trips into Yellowstone.
This is why you go there to get into car
to southern Montana right on the Idaho border. Raynolds’ Pass - Montana
Fishing Access Site - 6 campsites; gravel boat ramp; access for trailers;
vault latrine. Directions: 31 miles northwest of West Yellowstone on Hwy
287 to milepost 8, then 0.5 mile south to bridge. And did I say FREE for
seven days. No water. Like we say... A Big Rig looking for a Tent Experience.
HD DirecTV + Satellite Internet and 2 bars 4G. Life is Good. Another location
for Terry to go fly fishing.
Terry having fun getting ready to go fishing.
We left Ennis ,
MT 40 miles to the north of here. It was a cold and windy Labor Day weekend.
It got down to 35 deg on night. Not many happy campers. Should be much
nicer this week.
timing was perfect.
We have moved on
and just in time to secure a fantastic campsite at Ennis, MT at Valley
Garden Fishing Access site that also has camping. $7 with a MT fishing
We have stayed here
right in this site in the past and love it. Can stay 7 days so that will
get us over the Labor Day weekend. BTW they don't care about charging for
BTW from this angle
it looks like high grass but the site is mowed.
Madison river near Ennis, MT
The view form inside our 5th wheel.
Red dot marks our
We are thrilled to
get this campsite as we got here as others right behind us would have gotten
it instead of us. After all it is upcoming Labor Day. Our timing was perfect.
We feel so luckly. Now the bad news the upcoming weather is going from
cool to cold. Today is warm 89 but very very windy so we can't be outside
tonight and have a campfire...but and on Sunday they perdict frozen moisture...
61 high 34 low. Ennis has a annual Fly Fishing Festival this weekend and
it may not be a happy event as the forcast is for 50% rain and high of
70 for later part of the weekend. Sunday calls for Frozen Mix. Low of 34.
Ouch. Who knows the waether may change and bless Ennis. Are we having fun
Ennis, MT is a mecca
in the trout fly fishing world this on the Madison River . They even have
a fly fishing statue in the intersection. Ennis Fishing Festival
Terry got a wild
idea to bake and made these Czech Kolaches as he saw the recipe online.
We grew up around
Cedar Ripads Iowa wich has a large Czech heritage. We used to go
to their festables.
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