Homewood Suites Syracuse/Liverpool
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... there is a cook. I have no idea why people live there as they live in the bedrooms, no apartments. We did not want to pry into Harvey's private life.
Harvey was into computers back in the 80's and he bonded with Rich right away. He is a very likable man. We found that many people who live here in Auburn are very friendly, just not use to that.
We had an incredible evening with Harvey and his dog, Ace.
Until next ...
July 11, 2014
The itinerary for the day was to travel from Ennis, Montana to Helena, on to Choteau, and end in St. Mary at Glacier National Park. Leaving Ennis, the fields were lined with giant rolling irrigators making circular water patterns on the grasses below. We stopped at a western gear store for ice and I checked the prices of some of the cowboy items. Holy cow, ...
... or at least the paved road, ended just past the bar. We were not willing to eat
dust for 30 miles to Butte. We drove past farmers bailing sweet smelling hay and through rocky canyons deep with the smell of Christmas trees. The Wal-mart in Butte provided us with bug spray and a few other camping supplies that we were out of or decided would be helpful with the next part of our trip. I ...
... explaining that in 1959 a 7.5 magnitude earthquake formed the lake and caused part of the mountain to collapse. It buried 28 people alive…and we parked on top of them last night. That would explain the campground named “Night of Terror Campground” we saw as we drove along the lake’s shoreline. I declined Buddy’s offer to stay there. Early this ...
... the campground this morning around 8:30, we headed south of Yellowstone for the Grand Tetons. It was a gentle ride without the extreme curves of the Blackhills or Bear Tooth. We drove through miles and miles of immature
lodge pine forest that is recovering from the forest fire of 1988. The Grand Tetons were majestically blue with snow in the crevices and ravines, and several ...