GuestHouse International Inn & Suites - Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Spotted Eagle Recreation Area where Seaman had a
very successful swimming lesson. He’s
starting to get over his fear of water and has started to paddle normally
instead of the frantic beating.
Clark stopped near Miles City on July 29, 1806 and camped on
Pirogue Island. It’s now an undeveloped
Park with limited access so I didn’t make a ...
... on I 94 towards Fargo, North Dakota. The landscape now is much more prairie like with rolling hills and extensive farmland. At the visitors' centre in Fargo, we enjoyed their Walk of Fame. Imprinted in cement were the hand and foot prints, and signatures of many famous people, including Bobby Vee, Bill Gates, Art Linkletter, Al Hirt, Charley Pride, Garth Brooks, Joyce Carol Oates, Alan Jackson, Dr. Ruth, Tiny Tim and Chuck Yaeger. We got ...
August 1st , 2014 and I am back on the road again, traveling to Oregon and Washington State to celebrate my Uncle Stan and Aunt Mavis's 60th Wedding Anniversary. Doing the road trip with my groovy cousin Sylvia and her 3 wonderful kids, Ally, Kaelan, and Davis. At least I am starting off saying they are wonderful... We are going over 4000 miles together- so check back with me later. ha- ha
It feels good to be going somewhere. I love a good road trip!
Usually, I ...
Really didn't do much today at all. Bruce changed the oil on the motorhome and we did some grocery shopping at Walmart before we head out on the road again. Those Super Walmart's are fantastic. (OMG, I can't believe I'm saying ...
... other structures still in use today. The area was designated the Roosevelt Recreation Demonstration Area in 1935. In 1946 it was transferred to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service as the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge. President Truman established the Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park on April 25, 1947, the first and only National ...