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... the Hope Creek nuclear project and wanted dearly to leave NJ. It was the best job and career move I ever
made. Tom and Barb were great hosts
and I enjoyed the recollections and good conversations. Seaman is a great travel companion but conversations
are usually short and followed with a dumbfounded look. While I was in Miles City I visited the
Range Riders Museum ...
... in the trailer in the pouring rain!
We continued north on I 94 and again saw some wonderful fall colours. This time there were more red and orange hues which we enjoyed immensely. The landscape is still primarily rolling hills. We crossed the Mississippi river into St. Paul Minnesota. We were able to bypass the city itself and carried on Alexandria where we spent the night.
... both trying to drink our 80 (me) to 110 (Dick) ounces of water each day. We brought two cases of water with us. So, we are keeping track of where the rest areas are!!!! Going to end this with some beautiful photos of the clouds and sky here in Big Sky Country. The clouds were so billowy and the sky was so blue! Hope you are all having a wonderful respite from daily chores and enjoying this Labor Day weekend. Off to Billings, Cooke City Highway, and Bozeman! Until then, good night! ...
... a river. She has room and lots of outdoor space for gardens, and animals and activity- all things she enjoys. We took her to lunch just down the road from her house.( a short walk- good to stretch the legs.) The Steak House-Bar and Grill. Lots of wood- wood walls, wood chairs, antlers on the wall, Western Art, Cowgirl wallpaper in the bathroom ( I didn't go in the cowboy's but am assuming that there were cowboys in there) l And great food. Fun to hear about the things ...
... 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 ...