Red Lion Colonial Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... thank you very much!). I boiled a pan of store-bought water on the top of the stove and actually made myself a cup. Yum! About an hour ago I really wanted to cry when I first got to the cabin. I had a pretty savage mental battle (What was I thinking?! I could be killed by some crazy mountain people or attacked by real ghosts). In retrospect, I was just being silly. The sounds of Echo and the Bunnymen ooze gently out of my laptop, and the crackling pops of wood put me ...
... a Kala, or a Kara, or a Kelsey? ... oh I'm not complaining. .. makes it easy to remember and they are always great! After ordering a couple of samplers of local beer, actually I might have to do that next time I'm at a craft beer place at home! Hmm mm?
Jim and I decide on the salad bar... hey! We still have to hang out at HB! With surfers and cali girls! So need to keep it low key for a few more days! Anyway, good food, good ...
... We got to Helena and gassed up at Costco, with gas back up to $3.15/gal. The attendant told me that the price goes up when the refineries change over from winter gasoline to the spring/summer variety. This causes a shortage. The price goes up. Amazing, if true. Anyway, that's my story and I'm....you know the rest.
We got our stuff ready to take on our first trip of the year. We're stopping ...
We were up at 5:30am and on the road by 6am. Angela got up to see us off which was nice. It was still dark but our lights seemed a lot better after giving the car a full clean yesterday. We took the trans Canada west to Gull Lake then took highway 37 south to Climax. We went through the Turner customs with no worries and they were actually really nice. Yay we are now in Montana U.S.A We then took the highway 241 south to Harlem and highway 2 ...
... slender very weather worn elderly Native American who is a morning fixture at the Junction where he has his usual breakfast of oatmeal. Red noticed our car through the front window and came over to talk to us. He said his father had a Model A truck on the ranch when he was a kid. He went on to say that his father would loosen the fan belt to stop the fan when they crossed ...