Comfort Inn Shelby
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was just a driving day, so at first I was going to skip writing. But as I was sitting in the backseat for many hours, I decided to take a few pictures to show you the view out my window.
You can see for miles and miles and miles! You may think it can be boring, but really there is a lot to see. At first it was very flat. But then we …
Heavy rain & wind here in Shelby, so will stay here today and hope the weather improves. Not much to do here in Shelby, did find a Wells Fargo & Albertsons for banking and groceries. got some laundry done, little cleaning. The wifi is awesome, have not had that in a very long ...
... 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 ...
Another beautiful day. Cold and clear in the morning -- warming up to the low 70s in the afternoon. I am in Montana -- a different state -- I have never been here. All I know about Montana I have learned from Ivan Doig's books. Most of what I notice has to do with his stories. I wonder where English Creek really was. I decide to visit the Fort Peck dam. The road follows the valley of the Missouri for the ...
... the territory on the east end of Montana is a mixture of oil wells and farmland. The oil wells are busy with a lot of new wells, but most of the farmland looks as though it has not been planted. It’s just too wet. A lot of the farmland is still under water. Seriously, the crops will be late if at all. My advice is to buy flour right now, and learn to make bread.
Just east of Havre there is a sign that says, "Rough Road." ...