About 4 miles down river we briefly stop at The Wall Primitive Boat Camp to seek up on a prairie dog town a short walk beyond a mature stand of cottonwoods.
After ten miles we reach the Judith River, which was named by Captain William Clark after his sweetheart. One mile further on the opposite (north) bank is Judith Landing — our take-out and lunch. I am ravenous!
Seated on the hotel's outdoor dining terrace, Birdie, Doc and I share recent best memories from our trip and savor our drinks and dinner — all agreeing that the amazing meals we had on our Upper Missouri River adventure was far superior. Cheers again to Ray, Abe, Caitlyn and crew!