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... would **** out again. But, being a sporadic issue, it didn't, thankfully. We finally arrived in Great Falls and sought out the local KOA. We've stayed at the other big camp in town and it is right by the hiway, so we thought we would give KOA a try. The expression cheek to cheek comes to mind here. We are packed in pretty tight, but there are mini forests between each site. There are tons of cabins in this KOA. Never seen this many...and some of them are ...
... to North Dakota in a week, we will be at 2000 feet - not much higher than our house in Cowiche!
The ride down the east side of Bozeman Pass was fast - I hit 47.1 mph, and Ann got over 40. It was almost like flying! As we descended, the countryside changed. We could tell we were leaving the mountains and entering the Great Plains. Fewer and fewer trees, more gently rolling landscape, ...
... six churches that we counted. Big Timber is but a blink on the map and they have 9 churches. It takes a lot of money to keep a church/place of worship running and I can't understand how such small towns can support so many. They are all really nice buildings too. Someday I may be able to figure this out.
Tomorrow we will head off to Missoula. I did laundry today and so tomorrow will be bill paying on the road. After Missoula we will head to Spokane and then we are ...
... of his hand and we turned our flashlights off.
We sat in the dark for almost half an hour… then we heard a low moan… and then a voice again calling to Cody. He grabbed my hand tightly. We stood up and walked quietly out to the hallway. The same ghostly figure was visible this time on the stairs up to the second floor. “Come here, Cody…,” the voice said.
Holding tightly to each other, we made our way up to ...
... and can set up anywhere. Many are designed for “dry camping” and are nor dependent on hookups in campgrounds. They carry their own water supply, battery-powered lights and the families use the public bathroom facilities which range from outhouses to showers and toilets. The families disappear during the days to see the sights, go riding and whitewater rafting, visit museums, enjoy a rodeo (in Cody there is one every night during ...
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