Great Falls Inn By Riversage
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... one last time in Helena and this will do We amuse ourselves with conversation, goofiness and listening to the music on Heidi’s phone. I enjoy the Blake Shelton album the most and it such appropriate music when driving through Montana. The road that stretches from Butte to Great Falls is the most picturesque and the scenery seems even more spectacular than when we went the opposite way. Luckily the sky is much sunnier and even the ...
... to shower and get ready.' I start to laugh hysterically. Heidi is running late? Is this even possible? ‘LOL. I think that is funny. Go do what you need to do.’ is my text response. A few more text exchanges and then she is at Tims and send a text asking whether I still want breakfast. I begin to type the response and before I can get it completed, she calls me with the same question. Now she is being impatient, and I think it is hilarious. ...
... tire pretty quickly and checked all the other ones. After all the rough roads and potential tire problems, Vern got bit by a drill bit piece stuck in… again, luckily I caught it and it was near a big city. This is the first large city we have been in for quite some time.
We got the tire fixed, Karen fed and English Toffee'd at Tim Hortons, and Vern fueled up, we were ready to start the day at 2:00. We started driving out ...
Great Falls, Montana is where it all starts. Our fearless leader has done this before but the rest of us are new to this kind of grand adventure. I hope our leader knows what he is doing.
We are all seniors on the trip of a life time. We are 5 couples, 2 dogs, and 1 bird along for the adventure. We have all started this grand trip at different times and from different locations but will all meet up in Great Falls ...
... a few Indian carvings in the Pillar and a zillion other names carved in it (most from the 1800s – those rascals!). It was cool and worth the trip.
I’ve been consistently impressed by the visitors’ centers and interpretive centers that I’ve visited. The ones run by the National Park Service (and/or Forest Service) are informative, innovative, creative, well-maintained and the staff is always excellent. I even like ...