Staybridge Suites Great Falls
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... base of the butte to see where archeologist
uncovered the many bones and artifacts.
The trail was also infested with rattlesnakes so decided to leave Seaman
in the car and opted for a short visit.
The Indians actually quit using the site once they acquired horses from
the Europeans. Driving away I was
reminded of the crude way in which we currently harvest salmon. Allowing them to live in the wild ...
... Randy Alcorn. I was challenged in my faith as the story line focuses on the persecuted church and believers in China. I would highly recommend it.
Nestled in my hotel room trying to get some rest before my 7-8 hour drive in morning heading to Glendive MT. So appreciate those following this journey with me and praying for me. My next service will be this Sunday in Bismarck North Dakota.
... scenery but without any services. Luckily my friend David Hudson back in Clarkson warned me about this part of the tour and I was well stocked with food and water. I crossed the bridge back into Oregon to the town of Biggs, had a Subway lunch and took off looking for a state campground that was on my map. About six miles out of town I found The Oregon State Deschutes Campground and it had a big sign ...
... 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 ...
... prior to leaving... So, we had to stay the night and wait for the local mechanic to open at 8:00 AM MST. We had not eaten lunch, just snacks, so we were looking for dinner on the way to our FIRST hotel. Jess picked out Tracy's Diner.
Tracy's was a old 70's diner that never updated. The food was horrid and the overall restaurant was dirt, see pictures.
We then went down the street to Quality Inn, since we are a Choice Hotel Member, for ...