Astoria Hotel & Event Center
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- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... in these parts? With our hunger cutting in and no food at hand we were forced to enter a cafe on route to satisfy our need for calories. We entered with high hopes at 11.30am (12.30pm?) and were advised that any egg based meal was not available after 10 am, so we had to order off the burger menu. As this advice was being dispensed a handful of plates were delivered to adjacent table containing all manner of egg based meals ie. ...
... the park in Montana we took the stunning Beartooth Highway towards Billings, this was based on the recommendation of the bus driver who picked us up after the Lake Jenny hike...what a great recommendation.
Going was slow as the mountains were steep, the road had no rails and sheer drops of hundreds of feet into the abyss, it consisted of huge 180 degree switch back turns up and then the same back down. The land was completely bare of ...
Stopped overnight in this park, which is absolutely HUGE, with a whole section of mobile homes, and large RV sections, mostly filled with oilfield workers. Very nice park, but very plain - 50 amp service is great in this hot weather, though!
Tomorrow, on to Jamestown, ND.
... my condolences. I know, there are no words that will fill the void.
In the meantime, you might recall that Tim and Jan wanted me to join them at their meeting at Dickinson, North Dakota. I planned that in, but it wasn't all smooth sailing and I was running a little late.
I didn't have his phone number so I called Justin (my son in Indiana) to see if he could get it for me while I drove up from South Dakota. The number is unlisted, so I had Justin ...
... there was a flat piece of land, where angular gray mountains exist beside green rolling hills beside flat-topped mesas with striated sides. It was a feast for the eyes.
By 11:00 AM we had left the Rockies behind and the land became flatter. And we crossed the Yellowstone River more times than I can recall. And I thought, the name was appropriate for the tapestry of yellow rock hills and perhaps that is how the park got its name. We passed through Billings, ...