La Quinta Inn & Suites Great Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the riding experience, and I'm sure today's ride has helped improve some of my riding skills. But it doesn't mean I have to like it!
The rest of the ride was as we expected as we turned east on US-12E and finally north to US-89N through the Lewis & Clark National Forest into Great Falls. The scenery continues to be beautiful, and it's really easy to see why they call Montana - Big Sky Country. Everything just seems a little larger than ...
... vista is just so big and panoramic. We pulled over and had a quick lunch and then drove out of Gardiner, MT and into some really pretty mountain areas and then we got into a more open area with a lot of big cattle ranches. They basically grow grass to bale for the cattle to eat and during the summer the cattle roam in large grass fields to graze.
Next we entered Lewis & Clark Forest, which is a smaller mountain area with deep valleys ...
... while the hose was still in his car. He was startled and stopped to see what had happened when it fell to the ground. I laugh and wonder out loud how someone could drive away without removing the hose from his car. Finally the washroom is free and I guard the door for Heidi so no one walks in on her. We are soon on our way again, doing 80 on I-84.
An hour or so later we reach Idaho Falls and then we switch to the I-15 and head toward ...
... 8217;s. I am through my line sooner than she is so we trade places and I get her coffee and a box of K-cups, in case the hotels have a Keurig. Within 15 or 2 minutes we are back on the road.
Heidi is in communication with a friend who lives in Calgary. She has planned that we will stop for a few minutes to visit. We get the directions to the rendezvous point with instructions to call or text when we get to Airdrie, but her friend is impatient and ...
... a couple of holes, both in the roof and above the window. They were competently patched. We waited for the caulk to set, tested with water again and Voila! no leaks.
While we were there, we had lunch with Jeff, the Welder, Lisa, his wife, and there darling daughter Kaleesi. She is ten months old and stole the show. It was hard for me to concentrate on lunch, watching how well ...