Great Falls TownHouse Inn
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... risen to a balmy 25 degrees and we have to put on the air conditioning; the first time since yesterday! We arrive in Great Falls at approximately 5:30 which is 9 hours since leaving Boise, Idaho this morning. We check into the hotel and then make a quick trip to the Walmart where we purchase, among a few other things to take home, another container of macaroni salad and a Southwest salad that we will eat along with the chicken and bread that ...
... 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 ...
... and we were in midday traffic in south/east Calgary. From all the homes going up, Calgary is booming! We finally cleared all the traffic and we made good time heading south.
We got to the US/Canada border at Piegans, MT. It is mindboggling to think what is happening at our porous southern border and the screening we had to go through to get into the US from Canada. Our tax dollars at work!
The border crossing took ...
... I have also included all pictures unedited. Sorry.
Day one traveling was intended to punch it and get 800 miles of a 3,000 mile trip behind us. Weather was great, mountain views were great.
Pandora, I Pod and solving the worlds critical and philosophical issues ruled the day.
Tiger Woods -5 at Sawgrass. The Dow ended its ...
... left Custer on Tuesday morning, we could see a fair amount of wildfire smoke in the hills. This is the day that got pretty hot. It was neat to see snow at the tops of the Big Horn mountains while feeling 104 degrees on I-90. Our Suburban had all it could do (down to 2nd gear) to climb to a 9000 foot mountain pass. The engine got hot enough that we had to stop at a turnout and let it cool.
Wanting to spend the next ...