Our fearless heroine’s travels continue..
Our time in Yellowstone done, we now headed northerly to attend the 70th Annual Folk Festival in Butte, MT. We had reservations at a park in Anaconda, not very far west of Butte. We headed north out of Cameron and stopped in the little town of Ennis for lunch. We found a great place on the NW side of town where we could easily park the rig and walked downtown. Ennis is one of those towns with character…famous for local fly fishing in the Madison River, the very western flavored town is fun to visit. We browsed through several stores before stopping to eat buffalo burgers at the Ennis Cafe….delicious!
Although the first part of our drive was a repeat, things always look different when driving the opposite direction. Eventually we headed more westerly on a new-to-us road. Spectacular views, lightly winding road, mountains, rivers, rocks…
We got into the campground in Anaconda, set up, talked to Stu’s friend, Bill (another retired firefighter/paramedic who now lives in Helena) and headed out to catch a couple hours of the Music Festival…planned to meet Bill & his wife, Cindy, there….kind of like looking for a needle in a haystack. LOL! Music Festival blog coming next!Till next time - keep on rollin’,