Best Western Plus Kelly Inn & Suites
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... about new experiences - some you want to repeat, others, you don't.
Breakfast was a bit of an experience too. There was a waffle maker in the breakfast buffet. I didn't really feel like eating a waffle, but - well - I may never get the chance to try making one again?! Becky - this was a "wish you were here" moment - you would have LOVED this gadget. It worked perfectly! I think you ...
We arrived here on Monday afternoon, and on Monday evening we met up with Clark and Pam Fletcher (Clark worked for Greg back in the Coal Creek days, and we met his folks when we came through Broadus a few years back! We had a lovely dinner at Montana Brewing Co. in downtown Billings, and then Pam and Clark came back to see our place. It was a fun night!
On Tuesday, we took some time to go to an RV Dealer and to look at several used motorhomes - just trying to ...
... back for breakfast. Having eaten only a banana and granola bar before we started, we were hungry! The blueberry pancakes, fried eggs, and bacon filled us up, and then we packed our stuff and Lea drove us back out to Reed Point.
This part of the ride took us on I-90 for 8 miles. But they were doing construction on some bridges, so before we had gone too far, the traffic was cut down to ...
... sides. We checked into the Cherry Tree Inn, hence the George Washington reference. Catch is, it has nothing to do with him. Another guy named George Washington dreamt it up and cashed in on his namesake.
We spent much of the day kicking back around the place and doing not much else.
Sorry for the boring post and lack of ...
... to hail. Hard. And it hurt like hell. There is nothing you can do but be stranded or continue on. And we are not the type to crawl up and hide. Then it started to snow. 11,000' up and there are snowbanks in the ditches that do not disappear during the summer. They have snowplows up at the pull offs to clear the road of snow in all seasons. We were so high that we were above the alpine zone meaning that no trees are able ...