Comfort Inn Cortland
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We decided to check out a diner for breakfast so we wanted to walk by it and see what time they would be open in the morning. Come to find out they are open 24/7. I happened to see an older gent with a dog and we started talking. I asked him where there was a good place to take a walk. Two hours later we are now back in the hotel.
This man's name was Harvey and his dog was Ace, a laba doodle, big brown dog. Harvey was ...
... across the road, very quiet and large recreational area with a few small boats. We had stopped much further back at a secluded spot where lake houses lined the lake front.
We have seen a lot of wild deer making the most of the greenery while we have travelled the interstate freeways here. They are a lot smaller than our red deer at home. Have also seen a few raccoons on the roadside, thought they would ...
... a glimpse of a songbird trying to chase off a hawk perched on a fence post. Good luck little buddy! Oh wow, I just saw a VT garden flag waving "hi" in a yard in Choteau. Hokies are spread far and wide.
We stopped at a wayside for a sandwich, some chips, and a potty break. Let me take this opportunity to explain that most of the campground restrooms and ...
... along the way. He dropped me off on the main drag in Ennis to browse through some of the shops. A quick trip to the grocery store and we returned to the cabin to make plans for moving on to Glacier National Park. Buddy
remarked that he was surprised that with such abundant sunshine and breezy conditions we had not seen any solar panels or wind farms anywhere in our Montana travels.
July 5, 2014 Starting mileage on the truck 62,442, trip miles 2,433.
Last night we boon docked at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center. Although it was getting dark as we parked, I could still see a huge mountain that looked like it had been left raw
by dissection. In the morning I walked around outside of the visitor center (it did not open until 10 a.m.) and read ...