O'Haire Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
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... message, followed by my own addition, “I actually think it is because she was anticipating spending 7 whole days with me!” She scoffs at this when I read what I sent and we both laugh. The fun has just begun.
The kilometers roll under us. Heidi finished her coffee before we were out of Edmonton city limits. I have been sipping mine slowly and I know that if I don’t, I am going to need a washroom stop sooner than later. I have at ...
... 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...
... to Lowell is a steep 12 miles. I started going down and in less than a quarter mile I was riding in a huge downpour. I'm sure you've all read the ads. for rain gear that say: It's waterproof, and it breathes so it will keep you dry! B.S.!, I don't care how much you pay for it, if you are in heavy rain and pedaling hard you are going to be drenched inside. OK, that's my ...
... but we will worry about that later.
We stayed overnight at an RV park just off the interstate - not very quiet. Only costs $26 for a spot. We haven't de-winterized yet so we are getting water in a jug from the outside tap. We have power for the furnace which is good because it's pretty chilly here. There's no snow yet, but they are predicting it and we can feel it in the air. ...
... Billings). A beautiful little church by our standards, but a kick-butt homily and great music!
Great Falls is named, not surprisingly, for the massive falls on the Missouri River. The first set of falls was nearly a 50-foot drop when L&C encountered them – and there are four more up stream from that one! The falls required a portage that took them two weeks to complete. There’s another great Interpretive Center here, and ...