Comfort Inn Shelby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... we stripped down in each of our cramped quarters, bumping our heads and arms, trying to fold our clothes neatly so that we don't look like homeless people when we enter the dining room in the morning. It didn't take long to get to sleep, but it wasn't an uninterrupted sleep. At Spokane, our train and the train that came up from Portland are amalgamated into one. While this is taking place, the electricity, provided from ...
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 ...
On the road again, just can't wait to get on the road again… GOOD MORNIN’ Willie at 6:45 a.m. heading for the Montana border. Montana is the home of the infamous Kenny McFarland. Love your homeland Kenny. The first interesting site is the famous UPS in the middle of nowhere. Actually it is 7 miles east of Wolf Point, Montana. Dave comments that from end to end Montana is a pretty big state 600 plus miles across.