Pheasant Tales Bed-and-Bistro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Had a good nights sleep in a very nice motel. All Seasons White Sulfur Springs, MT. Woke up to 33 degrees this morning. Headed to Wyoming Yellow Stone National Park. This is such a beautiful day!!!! I am taking lots of pictures, but the camera just can't pick up the beauty my eyes are seeing!!! This is cold country. There is snow on all the tall mountain ...
... Capitol of Montana and to be honest we had never heard of it. But we have now!. It's quite a small town - just a 1/10th of the size of Swindon - Montana State only has just over 1 million inhabitants and it is 3 times the size of England!
The haze has cleared in the night a bit and the "wow"s were waiting for us.
Wow Wow Wow at every turn, every junction, every stretch of road. Wow! What ...
... revealing the same thing they had found in Cody. It was late when they found something else and too late to do another test. I brought it back on Tuesday and the second test revealed that it needed a part which they did not have, nor did their supplier. One was located in Mississippi and it was shipped overnight. It arrived Wednesday morning and Lacey and I went back again. It took most of the afternoon, but was finished about 4:30PM and we were again on ...
... at the side of the path. They must be used to people cause it didn't run away. It just gave us a look and kept on eating. A little bit further on and there's a squirrel up in a tree throwing pinecones to the ground, but it felt like they were being thrown at us! That would have hurt! We also noticed that we could see the KOA from the path, but couldn't see our RV. By the time we finished the circuit, the parking lot was full and the path was getting busy. So we headed ...
... for lunch. We then walked into the site itself to see how the camping would be. There are only two camping sites, but they're below some great, large shade trees and even had firewood at each. We'll have to try them out one day.
Back on the Interstate, we drove to Great Falls, Montana and stayed at Dick's RV Park, just off of tenth avenue south and near the Missouri River. Tonight we'll have dinner with our ...