Hampton Inn great Falls
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... over from the other night in Boise. When we get back to the hotel we have some supper and then watch Big Brother online before doing our own thing to pass the evening, along with some blush wine to relax us.
It is now almost 11:00 p.m. and considering the night I had yesterday, it is time to turn in for the night. Tomorrow we will be back to the land of the Maple Leaf and Tim Hortons, and it will be the last update to this story. For now, Good ...
... 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 ...
... the time we had gained driving down so we were thinking we would get to Glacier NP after 5:00. We would not be able to get our book stamped. Alas, I had the southeastern border in the GPS. We made it in plenty of time and the Visitor Center was open until 7:00 PM. Glacier is a very pretty park. We could only see part of it since Vern is too long. We thought about taking the bus, but it was going to be 2.5 hours. We decided to drive ...
We have been planning this trip for over a year with many meetings to help each other get ready. One couple has done this Alaska trip before, one couple has a brand new RV, and one couple has never boondocked until a month ago. We are some group.
We are all eager and excited and will keep you posted on our trip, adding many pictures. The first one will be from Great Falls and will be of the group!!
... of the buildings. The facility at the Pillar had probably the most creative visualization of an idea that I’ve seen yet. The main sidewalk winded its way from the parking lot through the visitors’ center and out to the Pillar. It had a distinctive concrete band running through it, and this band was designed to accurately represent the path of the Yellowstone River from beginning to end (the headwaters are towards the Pillar ...