Thursday, June 29, 2006

7AM - Cut Bank campground.
We are going south this morning toward Cut Bank campground. According to the Visitor Guide, Cut Bank campground is “Accessible only by dirt road, large units not recommended. Primitive camping only.” Sounds perfect to MsTioga and The Team!

We headed out of our Many Glacier campsite early in order to use the campground's dump station which was out of order until late yesterday. MsTioga filled her fresh water tank at the station and we then made a Morning Camp at the picnic area a short distance away. George wants to take a shower and eat breakfast in this nice place.

Mr. Sunny is a bit grumpy because the weather is pretty cloudy this morning and his solar panels are barely producing any power!

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George and MsTioga in Grinnell picnic area.

2PM - Arrived at Cut Bank campground.
This campground has been designed so that camping here in RVs over 20 feet is difficult. However, MsTioga fit herself in a very nice flat spot exposed to the southwest so that Mr. Sunny may receive sun during the late morning and all afternoon.

The sprightly North Fork Cut Bank Creek is just below the campground. There are lovely mountains.. The green fields are filled with many different colors of flowers. We have paid for a two day stay!

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Our Day Camp site in Cut Bank campground.

4PM - Ms. GQ found a great Glacier National Park website for you.
Ms. GQ our hardworking laptop computer found a nice Glacier website that gives loads of campground info. Take a peek, OK?
Glacier National Park Campground Status


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