Boothill Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... coming off the mountains. Highway information signs were warning of wind gusts 35+ MPH. Luckily it was a two lane road, luckily it was devoid of traffic, I could drive in the right lane, against the dotted line and kinda let the wind push me across both lanes.
Essentially I was driving whilst in a hard left turn, leaning into the wind except frequently the wind would let up for a few seconds and I would veer to the left. It was very tiring riding, ...
... of about 10,000 people. It has a quaint downtown area with some old and new buildings. Many shops take advantage of Cody being a gateway to Yellowstone and also the towns founder, William J Cody. We ate lunch at a Mexican restaurant that we will not mention. The service was poor, the food was poor, but the owner personally apologized and comped our entire meal. Moving on... Our next stop was the Buffalo Bill Museum. It is considered to be one of the best ...
... of the north (not quite a headwind) so it helped keep us a bit cooler. By 2:00 we were pulling into the Locomotive Inn in Laurel, MT. A nice place, with an indoor pool that we, Lea, and Gayle put to use immediately! After that nice cooling off, we just loafed in the motel until 5, when we went for an early dinner at the Mexican restaurant next door. The temperature on the reader board read 97 degrees!
... ass!! lol.
One of the items on my bucket list has always been to see Mt Rushmore... this amazxing huge carving of four Presidents in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Then to add to that, I was told about the carving of Crazy Horse that was being build that was going to be even bigger than Mt Rushmore. Ok, so whoever the was guy who picked the spot for the Crazy Horse one, ... sure got it right! it is an amazing sight and when it is all ...
... park was just 4 miles from downtown historic Bozeman which gave us every excuse (like we needed one) to visit and stroll in and out of shops.
When you are on a summer road trip like this, your pace slows way down - slower than even retired at home. People are ALWAYS welcoming, they greet you with sincere hellos when you enter their shops, ask about where you are from, how long you will be visiting and then ...