On the road again in Northwest Posted November 6, 2015 Last night we made it to Gillette Wy. The weather was a mix of sun and clouds - it started clear in the morning, but within 15 minutes we were in clouds & fog. It lifted some but there's not much to see along that route anyhow. We did one virtual along the way that covers over 50 miles - a minute man missile silo & launch control, and the air/space museum by Elis AFB. Cold and windy but dry for the stops. This morning was cool and dry, so we stepped across the steet to a History Museum before getting on the road. At times a strong headwind slowed us, but we made it thru Billings (stopped at Steak N Shake for dinner - last shot a one for a year or so. This is the second closest to home, only Reno is closer - by 100 miles) and then to Bozeman, MT - where it's currently snowing on us while we are parked in the Walmart parking lot (no RV camps open around). They are predicting 1-3 inchs between here and Butte. I guess we'll see how we do pulling trailer in the snow - I just hope the chains for the Forester fit the Outback (actually I hope we don't have to find out!) - we do have chains for the trailer since it has brakes. I sure wish we could have found a RV park - our electric heater would be nice tonight, good thing we have lots of propane. We were thinking of going down the Columbia Gorge anyhow - I lost my bike off the back of the car down in Silverton and need to get from the kind gentleman who found it - which we thought might add a day to the trip. Now I'm not sure how we'll do, we might not make the Spokane area tomorrow after all. There is a GIFF Event in Spokane tonight if you want to stop by. It starts at 7 pm. It would be fun to meet you in person and hear some of those stories.