Holiday Inn Great Falls
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... Do you think that maybe we just aren’t supposed to go on this trip?” I ask. Heidi and I both giggle at the silliness of the entire situation. We turn onto 156 Street and then turn onto Mayfield and 170th. “So are you going to take the Whitemud?” I ask. “No, no. The Henday, but I have to get onto 178th.” We turn near West Edmonton Mall and then onto 178 and continue until we eventually get onto ...
... Capital. We drove through the breadbasket of Montana. It is the old Blackfeet Territory. It was spectacular. It was also part of the Lewis and Clark Trail. It was well worth the drive on the backroads to see the local communities. As we got closer to dark, we decided to head to Great Falls, MT for the night. We treated ourselves to McD. We are staying at a local RV park. Last spot… the state fair and rodeo are in town. Yippee ...
... breathtaking. I would have liked to take lots of pictures, especially of the rafters in the rain ( sounds like a song title!) but I couldn't risk ruining my I-phone (again). I got a room at the Wilderness Inn in Lowell and and I'm drying out my stuff. Oh, and yes it's STILL ...
... south for about 5 miles and it will be on the left. It was the perfect restaurant for what we needed, it had excellent food for a reasonable price. For twenty-five dollars we got two 1/2 burgers with fries a beer and soda.
Overall it was a great trip to Great Falls all around, and cant wait for my next adventure. Not sure where ill go or what I will do, but I assure I'll pass along any tips, tricks or hints of the art of being on the ...
... farmland, then through some mountains, then back to a plain. This will probably be the last of my grasslands experience – I head to Glacier National Park next, so mountains are definitely in my future. Saturday was another stormy day and the sky was beautiful.
Great Falls is a smaller town than Billings, but it has the usual compliment of big box stores, franchise restaurants, and the like. I discovered Dollar Tree today – ...