We packed up and got ready in the morning and then drove the motorhome down into Glasgow to a car wash place we'd seen. We washed both the motorhome and our car. They looked SO much better when that was done. Then, we got some Dairy Queen for lunch and ate near the elementary school in town. Pretty, shady, quiet.
We were killing time. Stu at Tire-rama expected our tires to arrive around 1pm on UPS so shortly after 1, we headed over there. They weren't there yet but we hung out and shot the breeze with Stu in the cool air conditioning until they arrived. They put the two new tires on my car and we were off.
We drove down the High Line of Montana. When the railroads went in, this was the line that ran across the top of Montana and thus, it was called the High Line or Hi-Line as some signs had it. It's pretty country. Top of the plains, lots of ranches and open spaces.
Our goal for the night was Havre, Montana. It is pronounced "have-er" like "do you want to have 'er now or have 'er later?"
Oh yes, we crack ourselves up sometimes.
We found a good overnight rv park where Greg was able to get a couple of hours of work in. The kids got to swim. I did laundry. It was a good overnight. We are excited to be close to Glacier.