Hampton Inn great Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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!!!!
... we passed through Lethbridge which claims the largest railroad structure in Canada and the largest trestle of its kind. It is known as the Lethbridge Viaduct.
We finally reached the border in the afternoon and of course had to deal with the issue of the radioactive compass. At least this time we knew what set the detector off, but we still had to stop and have the motorhome checked out. The compass has taken it's last trip.
Tomorrow we continue ...
... was thoroughly enjoyable.
As we left Lewis & Clark Caverns behind us, we retraced our path over MT-2E this time. We did have to make one stop for a picture that we saw on the way up to the caves, and had to verify on the way back. There in a field next to the road was a metal bridge up on what appeared to be blocks. It was not being used as a bridge, but was apparently a bridge at one time, but somewhere else. It looked like it had ...
... at that speed, but today she embraces it and sets the cruise control to that speed. She is not a fan of having to slow down; nor is she a fan of stupid drivers. We encounter much of both as we drive along. The first major place on our route is Pocatello, Idaho. It is about 3 hours from Boise and this is where we need to stop for gas. It would be a good idea to make a pit stop here as well so while Heidi fills the car I head in to use ...
... a large cup left. Probably about half way to Red Deer Heidi begins reaching behind her into the back seat. “What are you looking for?” I ask. “Those muffins,” is her answer. I remember her mentioning muffins when she picked me up but forgot about them. “Ok, you drive and I will look for them. What are they in?” “A Tim’s bag,” is the answer. I dig around and find it under the ladybug bag. I inspect ...