Candlewood Suites Sheridan
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... to what is called the "last great wilderness in the US" We have Chaco the guard dog - HA - camera's, paints & sketch book, rubber boots, rain gear, bug spray, campfire in a can (more on that later), golf clubs (who knows were we can golf), gold panning equipment/supplies, too many cloths, too much food, our credit cards and some cash, a brand new RV with a great GPS, and best of all, our spirit of adventure. What more could we need. ...
... Lodge we saw a crazy looking café/restaurant on the side of the road. Once again it looked too quaint and American not to turn around so we turned around and decided as long as it wasn’t extortionate we would eat lunch here. It turned out what we had seen was the back of the place which was filled with American paraphernalia including saloon doors. They obviously used the crazy decoration to draw tourists in off the road but that didn’t mean the inside ...
... though we have been using sunscreen. Between the rain and sun it plays havock on your skin. Can't wait to see what we look like at the end. The ride today although hot was very nice. Started with the corn fields, went thru the Black Hills of SD and plateau's in WY. Very beautiful country it wouldnt do justice to be in a car. Our bottom sides are still okay, maybe a tad tender but ...
... So...let us review. Montana has roadside parking areas and these are not to be mistaken as a rest area. And let me tell you, rest areas are few and far between unless you're near a city. Montana is also big on "bear". They have bear in every name you can think of. Hit lots of road construction as well. Some at 35 miles an hour. The blue steed did really well. We have her loaded up and still got 33 miles per gallon. On lots and lots of up and down road. Wanted ...
... are exhausted. My dad is already sleeping, gently snoring. We have a long day ahead of us tomorrow, with a goal of pushing deep into Montana. We won't be able to "do" Glacier this time, but we plan to see as much as time will allow us. Dad doesn't have to be to the Spokane airport until late Friday morning... and we intend to use every minute of our time together!
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