Comfort Inn & Suites Syracuse Airport
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... beautiful gardens.
As we walked along with Harvey he was filling us with details of so many homes. Come to find out he lives in what is called Case Mansion. It is a home that was built between 1929 and 1934 for the inventor, Ted Case.
The Mansion is a home for veterans and others. Not sure why Harvey lives there, maybe he is eccentric, who knows. He offered us to come in and see the Mansion. I was hesitant, but we ...
... 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, ...
... by the Butte Harley shop to buy a poker chip for my collection. It was a hot return trip; 89 degrees. The pavement radiated a stifling dry hotness. We cruised through Nevada City, Virginia City, and back to Ennis where we watched a herd of pronghorn antelope graze among a herd of cattle. Bud took the truck and camper to a car wash to remove some of the built up bug guts we’d ...
... 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.
... the campground this morning around 8:30, we headed south of Yellowstone for the Grand Tetons. It was a gentle ride without the extreme curves of the Blackhills or Bear Tooth. We drove through miles and miles of immature
lodge pine forest that is recovering from the forest fire of 1988. The Grand Tetons were majestically blue with snow in the crevices and ravines, and several ...