DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Syracuse
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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 ...
... are pit toilets or outhouses...no running water. So, bring hand sanitizer with you and always take advantage of washing up when you've got a place with indoor plumbing.
Johnson's Campground in St. Mary would be home for the night. I cannot give them a good recommendation. The toilets were a long walk from our site, the 6-minute shower tokens did not last 6 minutes, ...
... 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.
... Boy. It was good to have a day of downtime in a comfortable, well-furnished cabin. We drove into town so I
could upload pics to Facebook and my travel blog. In town Bud bought a beautiful antler knife crafted by local artisans. I found a very nice grocery store and got supplies to make fried chicken, mashed potatoes and broccoli casserole. We simply rested for the evening.
... We made
it back to Grant Village and while Bud loaded the bike I sat on the floor of the post office to charge up my laptop and cell phone. We left Yellowstone around 5:30 p.m. out the west exit and an uncertain stopping place for the night. We took route 287 past Earthquake Lake
and found a boon docking spot around 9 p.m. at their visitor’s center. We were both exhausted.