Last night, at Camel’s Hump Lake, near Sentinal Butte, North Dakota. Free. Very peaceful until the storm came and I worried about hail.
This morning at Camel’s Hump Lake. A very slick layer over hard ground. Slippin’ and slidin’ on the mud, but managed to get out without assistance.
Later this morning, at Painted Canyon, Theodore Roosevelt National Park. In my opinion, this is the part of the South Unit to see, when the sun is low and the lighting more dramatic. Get a back country permit, backpack in, and stay a day or two.
This afternoon, at 5 Mile Dam Fishing Access, on the Tongue River, near Miles City, Montana. Free. I didn’t even know this place existed until I saw the sign. So it wasn’t planned. Yay for luck.