O'Haire Motor Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
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July 24-25, 2015 (LC
westbound equivalent June 13 – July 12, 1805)
I made a short day of traveling only about 45 miles to Great
Falls from Fort Benton. I had a long
list of sites and things to do in Great Falls and decided to spend two days
here. The first day was mostly spent
riding the Riverfront Trail which runs about 30 miles and goes along both sides
of the river. I went downstream ...
... so we are planning to sleep in late a little. It's only 211 miles from Great Falls to our hotel outside the Glacier National Park West Entrance. It shouldn't take too long to get there, I looked tonight and verified the Riding To The Sun Road is fully open from the West Entrance to St Mary's so we are looking forward to making that ride on Monday.
265.1 miles today
6373.1 miles total
6.508 gallons today
152.682 gallons total
... windy. It feels rather fall-like and nothing at all like the summer heat we were just experiencing yesterday and the days before. We make our way around Butte easier than we anticipate. The construction we encountered going to Boise was on the other side of the road and does not affect us at all on this trip. We are now only an hour or so from Helena, the state capitol and we have been on the road for 8 hours but the time has flown by. We stop ...
... date so Heidi dictates and I text messages telling Don and Karen where we are at. We arrive at Fort McLeod (and get lost – seriously who can get lost in Fort McLeod…besides the two of us!) and finally make it to Don and Karen’s bicycle shop; it is 1:50, almost 2 hours later than we had intended.
We go to lunch with Don, Karen and their three (collective) children (oh and the little grandson who is cuter than a button). It is a ...
... to her young parents. Lynn hooked up well with her too, feeding her bits of pasta from her soup. It was a grand time...
The trip back, along the Missouri, was most relaxing and beautiful. I drove slower and enjoyed the view. We had never had either of our coaches to Great Falls, so it was a most enjoyable and productive time. Next trip is to Idaho, Washington and Oregon, so stay tuned...