Super 8 St Regis
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Now in the rugged Montana we do not have much planned for this days adventure; more of a lets see how far we can get type of day. Well of course things did not go as planned and to say we had a long day of driving was the understatement of the century. Remember its only 12 and already we have drove from Cody, Wyoming and toured around Yellowstone. …
... a sign for the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Centre and thought, if nothing else, it will be an opportunity for a good long walk. The centre is only a few miles from the city, high above the Missouri River … a gorgeous spot. You see lots of signs with reference to Lewis and Clark in the western states. They covered a lot of territory. Must have been quite something to see the vastness of the plains before fence lines, ...
... people, both relatives and plain ol' people. We've stayed in a lot of campgrounds costing from five dollars (here) to nearly forty-five dollars. Lynn caught some fish and I rode the bicycle a few miles.
We hiked some and just looked a LOT. It's amazing how many things we've seen since we began our road trips in December of 2010! ...
Friday 26th july
Moved to St Regis and moving closer to Seattle. Got there not long after lunch time. Nat and I did the washing. Hot one today, hazy with smoke from the bushfires, too. All the others went swimming in the pool, but I just observed. Chatted to the other tourists, then back to RV for BBQ once again. Played a ...
a strip of highway that had the crops labeled for 14 miles—Alfalfa, sweet corn,
potatoes, timothy hay, wheat, and peas. It was fun to see what acres of the
produce that we eat actually looks like!
The plan was to stay at the Super 8 Hotel in St Regis…plans
change. As the hotel turned out to be completely booked-- in the middle of
nowhere/St Regis, we ended up settling for a motel called ...