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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was still there, but we didn't get a photo that was any good - we then did a 3 point turn with the coach! Descending through lots of basalt mountains on very windy S bend roads. This road is closed from November to May. Lots of evidence of Pine Bark Beetle devastation - the pine beetle ...
Spending tonight at the first KOA Kampground in Billings, Montana. There is an outdoor café where I enjoyed a delicious hamburger with beans and corn on the cob… under the very watchful eyes of two of the largest Great Danes I have ever seen. My burger would have been less than a mouthful for either one of them, and I was sure that was what they were thinking.
... to another tourist "attraction." Basically, it was a shopping mall with souvenirs, pictures on the wall, old time antiques, a T-Rex animatronic display that claims it tried to "feed every 12 minutes," and a bunch of other things for kids to do to keep them entertained while on the "family road trip." So, Greg and I took advantage of some photo-ops. He apparently has always wanted to ride a horse and he got his ...
... the 92 degree heat! He’s done a brilliant job with all the driving, we’re now on 1602 miles. Good job he loves driving.... he says this is what he loves, and he wouldn’t have had it any other way.
We got to the mall, and straight into Abercrombie and Fitch, where we promptly bought up all the sale stuff for Io and Tegz, and had some really good bargains. Into a sports shop where Tegz was lucky again, and then onto the Montana Brewing Company restaurant, where ...
... harkening back to that great Italian-French film about Custer’s Last Stand, which is set in Modern Paris and which stars my beloved Marcellino and his beautiful old flame, Catherine Denevue (you should look it up and see it: it’s all kind of bizarre, and in a very good way.
The evening begins with an attempt to repair our bus; we see that her tendency to overheat may be due ...