RV Road trip Day 7: Heat wave
Last night, it was lovely and cool. I was a little chilly in the morning when I woke up. We used the RV shower again, ate breakfast, made coffee and did our clean up/pack up ritual (spray and wipe surfaces, sweep, secure everything in cupboards, unplug the RV). Red Cliff had recycling for aluminum and plastic! We’ve been driving around with cans, bottles and some cardboard and this morning we got to unload most of it.
We drove north to Bozeman, found a dump station and discovered it didn’t have fresh water. This isn’t a catastrophe discovery unless you are obsessed with your water tanks. But we persevered and got onto route 90 heading west. We stopped in Butte to see the visitors center and eat lunch in our RV in the parking lot. We made it to Beavertail State Park, our campsite for the next 3 nights. It’s a very nice little campsite but it is currently 95 degrees out. Too hot for anything. So we’re plugged in and hiding in the RV with the AC on. When it cools down later, we’ll take a short walk down the nature trail that encircles the campsite.