BEST WESTERN PLUS Heritage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today started with excellent check out service at the Davenport, a yummy raspberry Danish from Starbucks, and friendly, helpful service from a gas station attendant. Things went stressfully downhill from there until we got to Montana. When we left Spokane it started raining...and raining harder...and raining harder. Driving up and down the mountains of Spokane and through Idaho would have been fun on dry pavement; on wet, pooling roads ...
... loudly and they are within full view for Heidi. The older woman is complaining about everything she picks up; she is not happy that her bagel did not get toasted even though she put it in the toaster. The mini lemon poppyseed muffin she chose is non-edible to her because it has little seeds in it. The breakfast clearly is not worth the money. If logic were to step in here, it is evident that the toaster was likely not set to the bagel ...
Quiet day catching up with laundry, housework, maintenance etc, at home in Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls rests on the high plains along Montana's Rocky Mountain front range, located at the junction of the Missouri and Sun rivers. We took a ride to the RV dealerships as we are looking at updating our Motorhome.
Next day, took a ride out to Ryan Dam which is a hydroelectric dam on the Missouri. Ryan Island not ...
... up the road. If you haven't seen a BMW GS series bike they are really like the swiss-army knife of motorbikes and handle nearly all situations really well.
Anyway, roadworks eventually finished and we pulled off to the side and the older gentlematn on the bike sidles up to us as well. Usual bike interchange is discussed, comments on bikes, the weather, the dirt we just ate etc.... "Oh - by the way - looks like you guys dropped a tube of zip ties back there ...
We woke this morning to inside temperatures of 52 F or 11C. It is cooler in the mountains. We began our day at the Cathedral of St. Helena. It was completed in 1924 and modeled after a church in Vienna, Austria. It is decorated with magnificent stained-glass windows, hand-carved oak pews, hand-forged Bronze light fixtures and marble statues.
Later we toured the Montana Historical Society ...