From the Road & More

Found a very nice US Army Corps of Engineers campground on the Missouri River, just down from Lake Sakakawea. It looks like a good place to regroup.

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We settled in for a week with family at Lake Whitney.

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As the journey continues, we landed at Bonaparte Lake Campground in north-central Washington on Friday. We got lucky once again and found a very nice site backing up to the lake. We were greeted by loons "yodeling" and a pair of bald eagles flying along the lakeshore. Outstanding welcoming committ...

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Landed again—this time at an Army Corps of Engineers Campground in Idaho. We started the morning knowing the general direction we were headed but had no idea where we would end up. We got fortunate as only three campsites were left out of the 67 total. First water & electric hookups in five weeks. What a luxury! Since leaving NM, we have been dry camping (water nearby & running the generator) at Forest Service campgrounds. — Riley Creek Campground.

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While camping at the Cochiti Recreation Area (army corps of engineers campground) in Peña Blanca, New Mexico, about 35 minutes from Santa Fe, we visited Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. Not knowing what to expect, we were pleasantly surprised by t...

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