Great Falls TownHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Once we got to the top and went into the cave itself, all fears of heights were forgotten, and we got back to the cave at hand. It turns out that this cave still has a bat population, though it has now dwindled from the original hundreds to about seventy. We were able to take pictures of the bat maternity colony on the ceiling, and saw some of the bats flying around as long as we didn't use flash photography. Once we got deeper into the ...
... at that speed, but today she embraces it and sets the cruise control to that speed. She is not a fan of having to slow down; nor is she a fan of stupid drivers. We encounter much of both as we drive along. The first major place on our route is Pocatello, Idaho. It is about 3 hours from Boise and this is where we need to stop for gas. It would be a good idea to make a pit stop here as well so while Heidi fills the car I head in to use ...
... arrives at my house around 7:45. I have been sitting outside for about 15 minutes, but I don’t mind as it is a lovely morning; bright and sunshiny. She pulls up and my bags are at the end of the drive so she opens the hatch and we start putting stuff in. Suitcases and computer in the back; purse, ladybug bag, snacks and water in the middle behind us.
I get into the car and we fight with the seatbelt. I knew that this was going to be a ...
... on the gas and my eyes closed (no, actually I don’t, but it’s tempting). I will miss this area!
Editor’s Note: I found some additional historical markers this morning, and it turns out that there used to be several huge industrial sites on the north side of the river in town – the dams were there to power those complexes in the early 1900s. These were massive complexes – one had a 500’ smokestack! ...
... of dinosaur bones (turns out Montana has LOTS of dinosaur fossils). We spent an hour there and just rushed through. We didn't even look at their other exhibits - it's well worth your time if you are even in Billings!
Tomorrow we cross the border into Canada, and Monday and Tuesday we'll be at Lake Louise. Should be more beautiful scenery!
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