Douglas Inn And Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
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Left farm 5:15am. Delivered Ians truck to Regina. Misty from Regina into US. NO ISSUES AT BORDER. Lunch and fuel at Miles city, MT. $3.19. $62.45 HAYLEY had great heart report. No more warfarin. Yeah!! Ian pleased to have been with us for Dale's funeral yesterday. Sad day. Bye to an amazing friend. We will miss ...
... tumbling out and I had a huge glob of strawberry yogurt (Tillamook no less!) on the floor. It was supper time by then, so I gave Minnie hers and cleaned up the mess before carrying on. Casper appears to be an oil and gas town and not particularly tourist friendly.
Ended up carrying on to Douglas to a KOA. Made a quick supper of hotdogs with fried onions and mushrooms and then went over to enjoy the hot baked banana boats they were handing out for an ...
Yesterday I drove back from Devils Tower to Newcastle, Wyoming. I then decided to head first west and then south to see some of the Wyoming grassland. Out of Newcastle Miss GPS said: 'Continue 67 miles!' At the end of the 67 miles, and now heading south towards Douglas, Wyoming, she issued a new instruction: 'Continue 72 miles!' Within three hours I had driven two-thirds the length of my own country and ...
... coal...and small drilling arms scattered throughout the prairies for the oil.
June 16 - In Douglas we went to the train interpretive center and they had a Steam Locomotive, a Dining Car, a Sleeper Car, animal transport (double decker), a Baggage Car and a Caboose! Some we could go inside. They were pretty neat - some back to the early 1900's. Then off to the Prairie Museum which turned out to be 8 rooms chock a block full of ...
... skyblue, I have to admit the color made it look good. Soon after we noticed an open pit coal mine next to the highway, with a clear vein of coal running oil black at least 3 feet thick along the exposed side of the mine. Pretty cool to see how accessible the coal was.
Our route today took us off I95 (past Glendive) onto the 59 south this easily saved a few hundred K and we were on an excellent highway with almost no traffic. ...