Yesterday, we traveled
on to Rapid City, SD. We stayed at another
favorite campground! Thanks Cabela's for letting us park and shop with you!
While in the big town of Rapid City, we took care of some necessary business like banking, a last minute stop at the post office, and a trip to an RV supply store.
Last night we were off to Hill City. We made a stop at
Prairie Berry Winery, home of
their famous wines, jams and jellies.
Then, we were off to town to
meet up with the others for a little
window shopping before going to dinner
at the famous Alpine Inn.
waited for 5:00 when the dining room opened.
The menu here is very simple...you get
a lettuce wedge salad with house made ranch dressing and your
choice of a 6 or 9 ounce bacon wrapped filet, served with a baked potato!
And, the price is right...$9.95 and $11.95. Of course, if you save room for it, there is a fabulous array of desserts to choose from. I chose bread pudding with caramel sauce...but, I ate it before I took a picture...but, trust me is tasted as good as it looked!!
Full as ticks, we drove back to the Cabela's campground. The only way to work off that delicious meal was to take a trip through the store for a little last minute shopping before heading to bed!
This morning came early and we were out and on the road heading for Reed Point, MT. We decided
on the scenic route again today. What a beautiful travel day it turned out to be. We saw
some of the
locals that live in the area.
We made a
potty stop or two for Molly. We told her...no more iced tea for breakfast!
And, we even found a great
spot to have a
Along with the
first signs of
Spring, we saw what remains of
winter in Montana.
Late this afternoon, we landed at the Old West RV Park in
Reed Point, MT.
We all walked down the middle
of main street to have dinner at the
local and might I add...the only restaurant in town.
We only have a few days left before we cross into Canada, so after dinner some of
us decided to make a plan, while
others just go where they are told to go!
It is hard to believe after planning this trip for almost 2 years, it is now actually underway. The excitement of what is ahead is growing day by day.
Tomorrow we will be one day closer to crossing into Canada. We hope you drop in to see how our last minute plans unfold!