Econo Lodge Miles City
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... as the Painted Canyon is part of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Guess Teddy said that he would never have become president if it wasn't for his experience in North Dakota. He ranched, hunted, and played cowboy in ND. It was home to him. Beautiful, beautiful scenery reminded us a little of Arizona. And, on this trip, we crossed Continental Divide in ND (saw the sign too late to take a picture! Story of my life!), the Missouri River and the Little Missouri River in ND, ...
... that Kristy would be in her glory.
Over a hill we come into the badlands and stop at the center for a photo op.
The previous entry was for the Flying J and had that entry so the map looks more realistic.
We see some storms to the north and missed them. Now we enter Montana and only have a short way till we arrive at the KOA in Miles City, MT. ...
... food for a MONTH. Guess what we were having for Breakfast, Lunch , and Dinner for the rest of the road trip. The good news is that we could offer food to all the people that we were stopping to see or be with for the next month!
Well fed, very tired ( at least I was... not having slept while everyone else was in the car- plan on getting an early morning start on day 2.
Day 2.. I woke up looking for Davis... no Davis.. We had 2 Queens and a roll away. ...
Really didn't do much today at all. Bruce changed the oil on the motorhome and we did some grocery shopping at Walmart before we head out on the road again. Those Super Walmart's are fantastic. (OMG, I can't believe I'm saying ...
... park had few visitors so we were able to stop and go along the road at our leisure.
A little TRNMP history:
Following Theodore Roosevelt's death in 1919, the Little Missouri Badlands were explored to determine possible park sites. Civilian Conservation Corps camps were set up in both of the future park units from 1934 to 1941, and they developed ...