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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... went through Great Falls but everything was built close to the road there and hard to pull into for gas, so we left town hoping for gas down the road. We found some in Belt, Montana. One gas pump. The gas/grocery store was the town's big business and they did offer good chicken and potato wedges. We are for $5.27, a great deal in Montana. There was a community pool. It was a cute tiny town. I convinced Lucas to let us travel some ...
... amp; Snap walked the 2 k circuit of the tower while I stayed behind to draft this blog.
Back on the road and we come up behind a late model Shelby Cobra, driven by a retired Victorian lawn bowler (that's how he drove anyway), on the brakes in the 70mph sweepers then on the gas up the straight. We got bored with this pretty quickly so Snap says into my headset "Take him mate" so we blast past him, through some twistys then into a straight ...
... 5 minutes late but, as usual with ESPN, the first 5 minutes were hype and commercials. The next 6-7 minutes were broken up as we drove then rest recorded fine once we were again stationary.
Had never tried this before but now want to try it sometime while driving steadily on a freeway.
We watched the 90 minute practice (shorter because I fast forward through commercials) and also recorded ...
... east entrance was restricted so we decided to head south via WY 120 to Thermopolis and picked up WY26 through the Wind River Canyon scenic highway. Absolutely beautiful! We have been to Yellowstone a few times so it was a treat to have this route be so spectacular. We crossed the Continental Divide at 9,549 feet. RV struggled. Coming down the other side we again had to stop for cowboys on horses and 4wheelers herding cattle.
... learned many new carpentry skills! We plan to join another Habitat building project in Des Moines, Iowa in September. By the way, Habitat for Humanity is the fifth largest home building outfit in the country! It is a Christian-based organization, and several church youth groups, as you may know, volunteer weekends to contribute to projects. The home we began to build will most likely be completed by a second, and perhaps third, group of RV ...