Extended Stay America - Great Falls - Missouri River
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... of the Missouri River. Due to the falls all equipment and supplies, including canoes, had to be carried by hand or in makeshift wagons overland for approximately 18 miles in order to bypass the 21-mile stretch of falls and rapids. Finally on July 15, after a month of portaging around the falls. Our next stop was to see the works of "the Cowboy Artist" CM Russell. Russell's works comprised a wide variety of topics, including ...
... while the hose was still in his car. He was startled and stopped to see what had happened when it fell to the ground. I laugh and wonder out loud how someone could drive away without removing the hose from his car. Finally the washroom is free and I guard the door for Heidi so no one walks in on her. We are soon on our way again, doing 80 on I-84.
An hour or so later we reach Idaho Falls and then we switch to the I-15 and head toward ...
Especially quick and easy border crossing yesterday- agent seemed more interested in how we liked our motorhome than in asking us any questions about where we'd been, etc.
This is a no-frills RV Park - it's full hook-up, but otherwise quite plain - often used by Caravans on their way to/from Alaska.
Discovered Giant Springs (as usual, thanks to Trip Advisor!) - which was pretty amazing - with hundreds of thousands ...
... settlers. Back in those days there were no trees on the riverbank (the bison and elk herds would have either trampled or ate anything that tried to grow there) so it would have really stood out from the river.
Clark and Lewis split up on the return trip to explore different parts of the land between the Rockies and the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers. Some historians think this is one of the few bad calls that Lewis made ...
... They are from Sacremento, CA, and were headed to Minnesota. He is now retired but worked on 'the black box for the space shuttle' for 28 years. They ride a 'trike' - a motorcycle with three instead of two wheels. It's more safe, said Maria, and also you can carry more luggage with you. They have five adult children - four boys and a girl. Good luck to them.
Yesterday I took a hard look at my ...