Don’t think for a second that camping would stop me from enjoying a good cup of coffee. @snowpeakusa's coffee dripper is pretty great.
After driving through that wild Montana sunset, we crashed at a hotel in Choteau, about an hour outside of Glacier. The next morning, we woke up at 4:30, drove the final stretch to Two Medicine—a campground in the Southeast of the park—and hoped there would be an open site. Within minutes of us arriving, fellow campers began to line up behind us. Thankfully, we found a spot rather quickly, around 6:45, because the ranger made his rounds at 7:00, and the campground was declared full at 7:15.
After Yellowstone, we hit the road again and headed North into Montana. Our goal was to get just outside of Glacier National Park, so that we could wake up early, cruise into the park and claim a campsite before they were all gone. I took this photo on I-15, just North of Helena. Wildfires in Western Montana near Missoula (I think they may have been in Lolo National Forest?) made the sky hazy with smoke, creating a seemingly never ending sunset.