Monday, October 17, 2011

Autumn Camping in Montana

We camped in October this year and it was a crisp, beautiful weekend.  The campground, Beavertail Hill, was nearly deserted, as is typical at the end of the season.  The foliage colors are changing, the camp hosts are gone and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks employees only show up for a couple of hours each day to check on things.  We were pretty much on our own, and we really enjoyed it that way.  I did catch a couple of photos, nothing really spectacular, but just a nice reminder of our time away from the bustle of the city. (Click on photos to open larger view)
No-host campground is very peaceful

Two tipi sites are empty
This tipi pad is ready for spring

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