Billings Comfort Inn
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Just The Family Time
Has it really been eight weeks of traveling? Holy smokes! The main thing that set this week apart from our past weeks of traveling is that this week we didn't visit many people, only one actually. Six days out of this week it was just Annie, Teddy, and I. One of the great blessings (and challenges, if I’m being honest) of this trip, is that the three of us have been together nonstop for two months. This week we both realized: 1) We’re ...
... the Castle, the Meagher (pronounced Mar) County Historical Museum. The Castle was built @ 1890 by ? Sherman and donated to the Historical Society in 1960 by the Donahoe family. It and the carriage house are stuffed full with lots of interesting articles Howard Zietnehr and his grandson Jason McGuire ...
... inside when we go to bed.
Remember the motorhome warm up all daylong and takes a long time to cool down. By morning it is 77 inside. Not the most restful sleep but the price was right and this worked for our situation. Otherwise the local RV parks would have been $50 for a night. Also, we could have stayed overnight at a rest stop. Might do that next time.
... of the north (not quite a headwind) so it helped keep us a bit cooler. By 2:00 we were pulling into the Locomotive Inn in Laurel, MT. A nice place, with an indoor pool that we, Lea, and Gayle put to use immediately! After that nice cooling off, we just loafed in the motel until 5, when we went for an early dinner at the Mexican restaurant next door. The temperature on the reader board read 97 degrees!
... along I-90 into Billings. We had to pull of the road several times (along with half the traveling population in Montana, it seemed!) and finally made it to Billings just before 7:00 p.m.
We were about a block from the RV park when a huge wind came up and started blowing leaves and dust everywhere, along with sheets of rain. So we pulled into a business park and found a parkng spot along the leeward side of a stout brick building to ride it out.