We continued heading east. Took Rt 2 that hugs the southern edge of Glacier NP and when we emerged on the other side there was a lot of prairie ahead.
This area is know as the Western Front. Where the prairie meets the mountains.
It was early evening when we arrived at Choteau (show-toe) and the campground at the city park. $8 a night.
Our neighbors were biking the country on their bikes. They are Gary & Jeannie from Anchorage.
We walked to the other end of town to the museum and toured it.
We took a ride up into the mountains. Teton Canyon was beautiful.
In the evening we attend a talk about the Maytez Indians who were great fiddler's. Metiz are indians with French/Scottish heritage from the era of the Hudson Bay fur trappers. They intermarried and spoke a French/Scottish dialect. He played music of the various eras.