La Quinta Inn & Suites Great Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... The slow traffic has been avoided…or has it? As we round a bend we see a fire truck on the opposite side of the Henday and traffic backed up for as far as we can see. “Glad we are not there,” Heidi says. By 9:10 we are finally on the QE2, but the speed is slow due to construction, but by the number of people passing us, this point is not evident. Heidi asks me to text her friends Don and Karen in Fort McLeod. We are supposed to be meeting ...
We left early in Fiona for Great Falls, known to some as "pretty good Falls, about ninety miles north of Helena. We still hadn't had any luck in getting her water leak located and fixed. Twice they tried without success.
Our Tech, Bob, at Pierce RV finally did the job. We jacked up the rear end fully, since that's how she's parked at home when the water enters the coach. It did the trick. ...
It rained steadily all night at "Dance Camp" and then stopped around 7:00 AM this morning. It lasted just long enough for me to make and eat coffee and oatmeal. It started raining again and I had to pack all of my very wet gear into the panniers and start crankin' (Coleman's term.....I like it!). Lolo Pass is a 30 mile climb and the last five miles is steeper yet. It ...
After spending a couple of days making sure EVERYTHING was covered, we got up at 6:30, showered, made to-go cups of coffee/tea and headed out into Calgary's rush hour traffic. It took us a bit over an hour to clear the city. As we approached the border crossing at Coutts/Sweetgrass, I realized that I couldn't find the dog's vaccination papers. I felt sure that I had left them in ...
... in love! How do they do it? Who cares! I got some snacks for Glacier National Park and a mini- dust pan and brush so I can sweep the collected junk out the tent tomorrow (I’m going for the Good Tentkeeping Seal of Approval). I could have spent a fortune in there, but somehow good judgment prevailed and I got away with only a $3 tab (no state sales tax here – woohoo!). I notched another Cathedral for Mass this morning (Diocese of ...