Baymont Inn & Suites Helena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... miles of interstate we will ride tomorrow, but since we skipped 8 miles the other day that leaves us four miles in ethical credit and we intend to cash in. The plan is to arrive early, head to a bike shop to replace eviscerated brake pads and worn chains, then eat and drink our own body weight before preparing for the next long stretch. Five days in the wilds with just one lunch time stop on day two! + Day 21. Tuesday 2nd September. Tunnel 9 to Butte. This might ...
... awake at the helm, so to speak.
We'll stay at a USFS Campground near Tarkio on I-15 tomorrow night and then on to Sandpoint, Idaho for a couple days of visiting.
I'll be checking in and hope that you'll stop by and do the same. We're looking forward to being on the road again...
Take care and keep in touch...
... it had gas for the cars and a restroom to pee in. Enough said about Dell.
Back on the road and back up to cruising speed. Couple more hours and we are rolling into Idaho Falls and looking for a spot to eat. We drive by all the usual spots, McD's, Burger King, etc etc etc... but we want something new.
We are just about to run out of town and buildings when I spot a sign on the side of an ice cream shop, which says "Homemade ...
We were up at 5:30am and on the road by 6am. Angela got up to see us off which was nice. It was still dark but our lights seemed a lot better after giving the car a full clean yesterday. We took the trans Canada west to Gull Lake then took highway 37 south to Climax. We went through the Turner customs with no worries and they were actually really nice. Yay we are now in Montana U.S.A We then took the highway 241 south to Harlem and highway 2 ...
We made it home in fine fashion. I drove the first leg until about noon, when we stopped in a rest area somewhere about a hundred or so miles from Coeur d'Alene. The road was good with only a wet section here and there. Lynn drove us on into Missoula where we stopped at St. Pat's Hospital. A friend, one of the multitudinous Mikes, was in hospital there and I didn't want to miss an opportunity to drop in and check out his progress. He was, and still is, ...