After spending over a week traveling through Canada we were indeed ready to find a U.S. Wal-Mart. We literally spent the night at Wal-Mart in Great Falls, Montana; shopping and dry camping in their parking lot. In addition to purchasing groceries and basic supplies I was able to get them to replace the camera that I purchased in Montana on our way up to Alaska; it failed after about a month. Friday morning we left good ole Wal-Mart and we were on our way by 9:15 heading toward Livingston, Mt. Our travels included a stop at “Wheat Montana” a retail shop with a slogan of: We Sow It, Grow It, and Dough It. We were able to use their Wi-Fi and purchased some goodies from their bakery. This is where we made reservations for a campsite at Yellowstone National Park for Saturday night. Our plan is to meet my niece, Amy, her two children, and her brother and family in the Park on Saturday. We traveled to Livingston, Mt where we got a campsite at Osens R.V. Park, a nice park about 100 miles north of Yellowstone National Park.
Wheat Montana Bakery & Deli
Marie making a purchase at wheat Montana