We left our campsite in Clinton, MT after saying our goodbyes to Jerry and Sue on 7/25/13. Our first stop was to pick up our mail in Clinton before continuing on our way. Since we were heading to another small town, we made another stop at Walmart to pick up some additional groceries. By that time it was close to our lunch time so we picked up a Subway sandwich before getting back on the road. We drove south to US Hwy 12 and drove west toward Idaho and finally crossing the stateline.
Soon after crossing into Idaho, we stopped at the Lolo Pass visitor center and took time to look around. Due to the narrow and curving road, we decided that we would find somewhere to camp for the night rather than driving all the way to Grangeville. The forest service employees in the visitor center recommended the Wilderness Gateway campground a suitable for large RVs, so that became our destination for the night. We followed the Lochsa River for our drive.
When we arrived at Wilderness Gateway campground, we were able to find a pull through site and got set up for the night.