Kelly Inn Billings
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Handy motel clean comfortable. Can hear other guests from room.
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Vern and I left our home in Melfort on Thursday the 19th. Freezing rain caused us to reroute our way to Drumheller.....so we headed north thru Biggar, Wilkie and Unity. I was able to talk him into driving into my old stomping grounds in Wilkie...so much has changed but we found the house my family lived in when I was in grade 9...so cool. Then we stopped in Unity to look up an old friend Marcel Van de graff ...
... a quick off the highway exit informed us it was 7 miles on a "rural gravel road"... we decided no... we have seen one buffalo jump and the thought of 7 miles on a "rural gravel road" and potentially to find the attraction closed wasn't encouraging to either of us. The Clark Fork snaked under us numerous times as did the Yellowstone River further east and we crossed a number of passes - patches of snow around but roads were ...
The drive west through North Dakota was flat, very, very flat. More boring than Saskatchewan; however we did note that the Rest Areas were quite attractive, with picnic tables that have a roof and side panels so you can lunch in peace. En route we passed a town called New Salem, it's name is on the side of a grassy knoll and right on top of the town's name was a giant jersey cow. Also in the distance we saw yet another wild herd of windmills. They seem to ...
Second day of our journey was a wet one indeed. With rain from almost Bismarck to Miles City, it quickly made a mess of my clean and shiny motorcycle. Also the temperature was in the mid to upper 60's until mid afternoon, which made the gloves a necessity. All in all, the scenery made up for the rain annoyance, so all wasn't lost.
From Miles City to Billings the weather did a 180* and the sun came out along ...
... lands form part of the northern Great Plains. It is the 4th largest US state in area yet the 44th in population. Get the picture about wide open spaces yet?!
As I fly over the wide expanses I vision the pioneers of early history. Despite today's rat-race, such vastness still exists. One can only imagine what it was in times past with wild buffalo roaming freely among the sparkling waters. The plane dots down on an elevated landmark, ...