Comfort Inn Shelby
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Moab was a three day stay and what a place for off roading with huge sophisticated OHV machines (off road vehicles) that dwarf regular ATV's. The main street of Moab is lined with hundreds of such machines - two, four, six and eight seaters. Rent one ($350 and up per day for a 2 seater) or take one of multiple tours that are available - u drive or get chauffered. And cycling, again bring your own or rent, ride on your own or join a tour.
We did the ...
... but we found it was only 1630! We decided a nap and freshening up was in order.
Lobby call was 1800 and we proceeded to the Sports Club for some fine dining, Montana style. That means a ginormous steak of course! The owner/chef/bartender/pot washer of this fine establishment has a refreshing attitude when it comes to customer service. When I asked for a specific condiment his reply was NO. I asked for a specific kind of rum and he answered ...
... road. In the Lethbridge area the land was more rolling hills and plateaus. I took a shot of a HUGE train bridge (at least a part of it) that we passed just as we came into town. It is the symbol of Lethbridge, and we can see why it would be. I pulled up a Chinese restaurant on Chickie and we drove into town and had a very good meal there. Luckily, they had pretty good WIFI and I was able to load up two videos...one for the August 8 post, and one so far for the August 9 post. I ...
... with I-90 and then on to Butte to link up with I-15 to the border.
All along the road there were warnings of "Wild Life On The Road"! I found myself thinking “Oh Please!!” especially when the signs were for Big Horned Sheep!
This drive was a beautiful trip up a valley, past the Big Sky Ski area, (where my son and I plan to ski next year).
... mud and road work not sure the truck and camper will ever get clean. The road from Dawson Creek to Edmonton is just as bad. Will never drive that way again. Glad we did it once. Saw some beautiful scenery.
When we crossed the border we had no problems. They did ask what we were bring back so we said about 200 lbs of salmon. They wanted to see our fishing licenses . Thank god we still had them! They said if we didn't we would have to give up all the ...