Hampton Inn great Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Great Falls
It's certainly been awhile since Chris and I did a road trip.
Things that I like about a road trip;
- seeing new terrain. Even if I've been this way before it's still new-ish.
- singing along with songs on the iPod.
- good conversations.
Things I don't like: SITTING!!!!
... br> Center has a good collection of photos showing the falls before and after
construction of the dams. This area
used to have some large smelters along both sides of the river but they are now
entirely gone. The only large
industrial complex was a large refinery on the north side of the river. It was the first weekend of the Montana
State Fair which brought many people to town and campgrounds were full. ...
Miles driven: approx 200 miles
Total driven to date on road trip: approx 1600 (9 days)
It always brings joy to my heart to have the opportunity to share missions with the kids and youth. I'm always praying for that one (or more) that may be called to missions. I had just that privilege this evening at Central Assembly in Great Falls Montana. I shared with the youth, then the boys and then the girls. I ...
... while the hose was still in his car. He was startled and stopped to see what had happened when it fell to the ground. I laugh and wonder out loud how someone could drive away without removing the hose from his car. Finally the washroom is free and I guard the door for Heidi so no one walks in on her. We are soon on our way again, doing 80 on I-84.
An hour or so later we reach Idaho Falls and then we switch to the I-15 and head toward ...
... up our voices. Then she mentions something about a tinfoil hat which sends me into a laugh as I remember a recent incident involving tinfoil. We are quite near now and we are each pointing out objects along the road which are the likely “microphones” including shiny grain bins, road markers and fence posts. In just a few more minutes we arrive at the Duty Free Shop where we both use the facilities and Heidi purchases cigarettes to bring into the ...