I’ve had the privileged to camp all over the US. There have been good, bad and ugly sites but not in Montana, which has become one of my tops places for some of the best free camping round. One of those spots, actually, I’m very hesitant to tell you cause it’s so amazing. No matter, I trust you will not over indulge and treat this gem with pure kindness.
Near Pony, Montana there is a site that’s off the beaten path. After driving down a very secluded gravel road for about 5, maybe more, miles I came across the Potosi Campground. Which is tucked away close to the mountains, hot in bear country and away from the likes of man. It’s a primitive campground with a host, also, each site has plenty of space sheltered by pines and FREE to camp.
I decided to forgo the sites since we were there for only a night and parked new a stream. As the night kissed the day to sleep India and I settled into the van. It was a peaceful nights sleep. We woke to a herd of cattle grazing only feet from us. I longed to stay for a few more days but had to head on. As we drove back to the highway I pulled over on the gravel road to take it in, for just a moment more. I walked to the side of the road, plucked a vibrant lively yellow sunflower and sat on the hood of the van. It felt as if time stood still, stood still just for me.
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"Ponyboy" Limited Edition Series
This weeks series is inspired by my stay in Montana and that magical golden flower.
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Pendant : $35 Free Shipping 5 in series
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