Days Inn Great Falls
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... dark or depressing other than the wildfires. I could get used to that. However, I do miss my green trees and rolling green hills.
An overnight stop at Glascow, Mt - A town! With a grocery store! A TV station with news! A hotel! Some forms of civilization are nice to see after a week in the mountains. In the morning we head to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Our last park this ...
... so we could go to the caverns and pay the $12 for the tour. Odd arrangement, but it is Montana and everyone was very nice. The ride up the mountain from the Main Visitor Center to the Cavern Visitor Center is a wonderful 3 mile paved road up the mountain. Mostly it is inland, but there are a few spots near the top where you ride close to the edge. The view from the Cavern Visitors Center was excellent, mostly of a deep green valley below. We ...
... have to take in the big bag when we get to the hotel. I notice that Heidi is doing similarly. Great minds think alike! Finally that is ready to go and I put it up front as well. That only leaves my smaller bag with my toiletries and my change of clothes for tomorrow, and my ladybug bag that will carry extra batteries, my tablet and the camera case. Heidi has also been packing and repacking her bags as well as the car.
Our plan was to be ...
... is long enough but it cinches tight the minute I move and it is quite uncomfortable. I have a seatbelt clip in my car so I go and get that. It doesn’t really do much either. Well it is going to be one long ride if I am unable to even move when I have this thing on, but it has to be so I clip it and we head out. Tim’s large double-double in my hand; I am ready.
"Are we going out Henday, then?" I ask. “Yep, but you have to direct ...
We got up and did the usual routine. I did notice one of the back tires looked low in pressure. I wanted to get it checked out. We drove by an RV store and they suggested a local tire company. We made our way there and talked with the guy. He said it would possibly take a couple of hours to get it looked at. I said I would take Karen to the Calgary Olympic facility and then come back. I dropped Karen off and went back. Luckily they ...