"Ok, I did not see the link to it for some reason; I posted the link more for selfish reasons than anything else, so I knew where to find it since I am always breaking my laptops and losing all my info ;)"
Let's get this out of the way right off: Lewis and Clark never visited the caverns, but they did pass through what is now the park. On I-90 at either exit 256 at Cardwell (if you're Eastbound) or exit 274 at Three Forks (if you're Westbound) you can take a break from the interstate--and avoid climbing a big hill besides--and visit Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park,…See More
"Looks like a good start. Hopefully more and more people will sign up. I signed up and put my info on the site but I couldn't help but notice there are 3 (now 4 people) in Colorado but on the AIRS site there are 106. I'd…"
"Hi, we just joined this group. We live in Helena. The comments to date are mostly about west of the divide and there haven't been any for over 2 years. Two thirds of this state lie east of the divide and the Missouri and…"
This is one of several campgrounds at Georgetown Lake, and I believe the biggest. There are a lot of sites, some seem to be packed in more closely than others. The pads are all paved.Being right on the lake and all, this (like all the CGs at Georgetown) campground is geared toward the water. Hiking would consist in wandering…See More
Located just off Montana Highway 1 to the West of Georgetown Lake in the Pintlers. Probably a great place to try when the campgrounds around the lake are full up.Some of the 16 sites are huge and almost any could accommodate up to three VWs and all their people. The highway is up above but isn't horribly busy and at night is dead for the most part anyway. A local favorite for hunters, so it'll be busier during hunting season, but the sites are dispersed far enough from one another that I can't…See More
Procrastination. :) I changed my gmail address as well, due to so much Spam. I was getting like 300 emails a day or something... I wanted to scrap the blog and start from scratch anyway. I figure for now I'll just post my pics and stories on this Camper Family forum, and figure out the rest from there.
well. it is titled as a 73. but what ever. yeah..a nice westy. orange just like the one in your pictures.
maybe you can help me out. i will be starting some fix up..after the first of the year.
have been trying to figure out how to drop the paneling (headliner) in the front part of the cab..to get the fiberglass passenger tray off the roof. also i will be redoing the tarp. have you done either of those?
pretty much everything else i am familiar with. but yeah...i got lucky...it was a low mileage one owner van that was put up in 1975...i got it in '93. came will all the stuff including the original tent. never up. i've never used it to camp but put it up once just to see if it was all there.. i've had several old split windows....but i really like this one the best. i was threatening to rebuild the engine...but it still runs great....good even compression and doesnt burn much oil. usual leaks though.
only mods are a weber 2 stage carb, and pertronix point eliminator.
i recently did clutch pressure plate, brakes, ball joints, tie rods, rear bearing, and cv joints. already have all the new rubber and stuff for when i get around to replacing the nose...due to rust under the windshield....and as i mentioned the second story tarp. the original orange plaid seats are still in good shape. man that is some tough stuff.
Sorry you were not able to camp much it is such an awesome place i wound up going to northern minnesota (bemidji) on a road trip came back through the badlands and devils tower i need to post some of those photos may head up to your part of the country next sept i have a couple of weeks for a road trip
ok put in my photos..sorry I too procrastate..and spent too much time deleting my emails..like you..100's a day mostly from?????and never read. it's a cleanable old heater, gas heater..need rewireing to..