BEST WESTERN PLUS Heritage Inn
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Very nice but stoopid water won't get hot....
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... as though he had just fired his gun and killed a buffalo to eat, was admiring his kill when a grizzly started to chase him. His gun was not loaded (that took some time, as this was demonstrated in the interpretive museum in Washburn). He ended up running into the water and by some miracle the grizzly wondered off, leaving him alone.
June 4th - Travel to fort Peck, MT stayed at the Downstream Campground. Our optional ...
From the introduction of "Bicycling The Lewis & Clark Trail" On May 14th, 1804, Capt. William Clark, accompanied by a contingent of four dozen men, began traveling upstream along the Missouri River from it's mouth at Wood River, Illinois. Capt. Meriwether Lewis was in St. Louis finishing up some business. He would meet the others in St. Charles on May ...
... and Maya had her own seat next to Scott. It's a good thing it was a short flight because Maya's attention span for sitting in one place is not long. I decided to buy three new toys for her because I knew that new toys would hold her interest longer than the same old ones she was used to playing with at home. I brought a travel sized magic slate, a magnetic board with Noah's Arc animals, and a quiet book with activities such as buttons, zippers, etc. This worked out great and from now on, ...
... go. There had been a very serious accident and eventually we passed.
So, today we are going to see more of Yellowstone and spend another night here at this most expensive (location, location, location) and most rustic campground so far. In contrast, Weatherspark says the temperature got down to 37 degrees this morning. Yes, I am writing this with a sweatshirt on, inside the camper, and with a hot coffee within reach.
It was time for me to vacate my timeshare on Saturday morning giving me a full day between leaving Lakeside and when I needed to be in Lincoln to meet my cousin Deb again for the Race to the Sky, Montana's premier dogsled race. I had originally intended to head that way via Missoula and see my friend Brian again, but his work schedule got in the way of meeting up so I went via Great Falls and Helena instead and spent the night in ...