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We decided to check out a diner for breakfast so we wanted to walk by it and see what time they would be open in the morning. Come to find out they are open 24/7. I happened to see an older gent with a dog and we started talking. I asked him where there was a good place to take a walk. Two hours later we are now back in the hotel.
This man's name was Harvey and his dog was Ace, a laba doodle, big brown dog. Harvey was ...
... more intelligent than our opossums, but unfortunately for them, NOT! They are a little bigger than the opossum.
Cortland is a small town, we went out for dinner to a pub called 'Hairy Tony's'. I think our restaurants and pubs are much nicer and our meals are more attractive, us kiwis obviously take more pride in presentation. Interestingly enough we found one of the wine labels that we grow for - Kim ...
... are pit toilets or outhouses...no running water. So, bring hand sanitizer with you and always take advantage of washing up when you've got a place with indoor plumbing.
Johnson's Campground in St. Mary would be home for the night. I cannot give them a good recommendation. The toilets were a long walk from our site, the 6-minute shower tokens did not last 6 minutes, ...
July 6, 2014
We awoke to a cool Montana morning. I whipped up omelets and toast for breakfast. Pidge and his wife, Peggy, stopped by for a nice visit and gave us tips on what to see in the area. The Harley headed to Butte via Pony, Montana. Pony, an old mining town, has a bar and several buildings in various stages of crumble. We had to U-do-it and go back the way we came because ...
July 5, 2014 Starting mileage on the truck 62,442, trip miles 2,433.
Last night we boon docked at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center. Although it was getting dark as we parked, I could still see a huge mountain that looked like it had been left raw
by dissection. In the morning I walked around outside of the visitor center (it did not open until 10 a.m.) and read ...