No photos today. We drove our eleven and a half ton 500 miles across Montana, stopping only for an occasional rest stop. We usually do no more than 300 miles a day, because we really have no timeline or schedule but the road is wide and smooth and flat and the rolling hills and grasslands didn’t vary much so we pushed on to Shelby, Montana. We originally planned to stop a bit earlier but the roads in the area were undergoing construction, the first we’ve seen in almost 3000 miles of driving. We’re now only 34 miles from the Canadian border. just down the highway from where we plan to cross in the morning. The promised wifi doesn’t work and that is very frustrating.
This entire campground is filled with people on their way to Alaska. There’s lots of talk about the best routes to take and those who’ve made the trip in RVs before have many stories to tell.