We fueled the coach and drove along highway 80 to 87. Originally we were going to take scenic highway 200 towards North Dakota, but we changed our minds and went to Billings, MT because this was all rolling plains and tiny ranch towns with NO RV parks along the scenic highway.
We stopped at a small Café in Roundup, MT for lunch. As we neared Billings, MT we saw the familiar sandstone cliffs or bluffs as they call them, that the city is known for.
When we reached Billings Elks to boondock in the parking lot, we set up and went into the bar to pay our donation for camping. There we met two other RV couples in bar that were parked out by our coach. We all banded together for a burger dinner and conversation, and they came over to our rig until 10 p.m. to socialize. Matt & Robin were from Maine but I forgot where Pete & Shirley were from, sorry. But we all had a wonderful time sharing Rv'ing stories.
We were watching for thunder storms tonight coming our way and had to give poor little Daisy some Xanax to keep her calm when it came through.