Extended Stay America - Great Falls - Missouri River
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After checking in, we walked next door to Denny's and had a bite to eat which was passable but took forever even though they didn't seem that busy. We grabbed some water and drinks at the store for our room. Back at the hotel, we decided to spend a little time in the pool and hot tub, which was very relaxing. Now it is time for bed - ah, restful, enjoyable, bed. Good night all.
... was that the path was only about 3 feet wide, and was right on the side of a very steep mountain with no guardrail or anything between ourselves and the edge. So I stayed to the inside of the path, and tried not to look down over the edge as best as I could and made it all the way to the top. Jody asked if I was getting any good pictures along the way, but I didn't want to stop for fear that the people behind me would want to get past me on such ...
... loudly and they are within full view for Heidi. The older woman is complaining about everything she picks up; she is not happy that her bagel did not get toasted even though she put it in the toaster. The mini lemon poppyseed muffin she chose is non-edible to her because it has little seeds in it. The breakfast clearly is not worth the money. If logic were to step in here, it is evident that the toaster was likely not set to the bagel ...
... Do you think that maybe we just aren’t supposed to go on this trip?” I ask. Heidi and I both giggle at the silliness of the entire situation. We turn onto 156 Street and then turn onto Mayfield and 170th. “So are you going to take the Whitemud?” I ask. “No, no. The Henday, but I have to get onto 178th.” We turn near West Edmonton Mall and then onto 178 and continue until we eventually get onto ...
... and we were in midday traffic in south/east Calgary. From all the homes going up, Calgary is booming! We finally cleared all the traffic and we made good time heading south.
We got to the US/Canada border at Piegans, MT. It is mindboggling to think what is happening at our porous southern border and the screening we had to go through to get into the US from Canada. Our tax dollars at work!
The border crossing took ...