Rodeway Inn Hardin
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... driving though. It is cowboy country and further back than that, it’s where the Europeans came and ****** over the Indians. Now, all that’s left are these historic sites and sad towns where alcohol is banned and the Indians don’t seem to have a very good way of life (as judged by our typical standards). Now that I’m in these places haunted by ghosts of battles gone, I am enraged by the history I am finally reading.
In this particular ...
... We pass through Billings, Montana to see a very industrial city. A couple of taller buildings in the “downtown” area, but for the most part we see mining equipment, silos, industrial warehouses. We stop for gas in Big Timber. It cracks us up that here’s yet another gas station with a casino in it.
As we get closer to Spring Creek, we see majestic snow-capped mountains ahead. In front of us we see the rolling hills, ...
... were encountering many new noises and rattles in the RV. We pulled into a scenic overlook where there was another GAH RV. When Ed spoke to the man he told him his slide out had come out slightly while he was driving. When Ed looked our slide out was also out an inch or two on one side. Calls to the GAH brought directions to square up the units again. A third RV pulled and they also had a slide out partial out. It was quite scary ...
... Bill went to surrender our contraband. While Bill was filling out reams of paperwork, Pat was approached by a customs agent and sent into the office with Bill. Meanwhile three agents (I am not kidding) conducted a thorough search of our van, presumably looking for an errant chicken wing. We were finally given clearance and allowed to carry on.
We drove down the I5 to Everett, where we tried out the Starbucks, then headed inland on Hwy 2 through Stevens Pass. It was ...
... Nothing like Mt. Rushmore, Thank Goodness!
The trail around the Tower is only about 2 km and according to the signposts, about a 45 minute walk, so I thought maybe half an hour for me. I was gone for close to an hour and a half. It is awesome … and I mean that in the truest sense of the word. I stopped and tried to take it in, again and again. Marvelled at the enormity of ...