Monday, July 26, 2010 – Travel Day to Sloway Campground

Managed to get out without any problems despite our earlier concerns, got out by 10:00. Stopped in Missoula for a new electrical outlet and propane (at $.99/gallon!) for the RV and gas, then traveled to our overnight stop, arriving about 4:00. We had decided the drive to Spokane was too long to go in one day, so we decided to stop at a campground in the Lolo National Forest, at a campground that is, quite literally, under I-90. Convenience was great, there was a corral (actually a round pen), and it was right next to a river (Clark Fork, I believe) but of course, it was quite noisy, with a train track on the other side of the river, and the freeway above. An earplug night, for sure! At least it’s convenient!

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