Fairfield Inn Syracuse Clay
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We decided to check out a diner for breakfast so we wanted to walk by it and see what time they would be open in the morning. Come to find out they are open 24/7. I happened to see an older gent with a dog and we started talking. I asked him where there was a good place to take a walk. Two hours later we are now back in the hotel.
This man's name was Harvey and his dog was Ace, a laba doodle, big brown dog. Harvey was ...
... the bits were $70 and the western shirts were $50 and up. It's not cheap to be a cowgirl! We crossed the wide and choppy Missouri River to the mountains north of Helena. The vivid green grasses dotted here and there with trees looked like a ginormous golf course. Cattle grazing on top of the plateau conjured images of the buffalo jumps held by the First Peoples tribes. ...
... or at least the paved road, ended just past the bar. We were not willing to eat
dust for 30 miles to Butte. We drove past farmers bailing sweet smelling hay and through rocky canyons deep with the smell of Christmas trees. The Wal-mart in Butte provided us with bug spray and a few other camping supplies that we were out of or decided would be helpful with the next part of our trip. I ...
... cyclists came into the center’s parking lot. Not having ever known a stranger, I walked over to chat with them and discovered that the wife was a 3rd
grade teacher in Ithaca, NY. Small world! They were cycling through part of the Transamerica Trail. It was nice to have a lengthy conversation with someone other than my mate. After our visit, I fried up some ...
... no seats in the restaurants. We walked through the welcome center to the recycled plastic benches of the outside viewing area. We had to wait in the sun for over an hour to see the show. I did not really think that it was all that spectacular but I could not have left Yellowstone without seeing it and, we had been on the bike for a long time. I was tired and achy after the 205 miles on ...