Hi Line Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hi Line Motel Havre
Travel Blogs from Havre
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...and more photos at the bottom.
A real nice stay in a small town (well...around 10,000 souls, not that small.)
Next stop - Fort Peck Lake and Dam
Steve and Kim
... us move to a more level site before we settled in.
After getting set up we did our usual trip to Wally World to stock up. Our next stop did not show much in the way of grocery stores, so this would be our last chance to replenish our shelves before going into Canada.
We then returned to the coach and chilled out. ...
... RV park was closed due to rain and standing water. Gas $3.53 to $3.59 on today's route. A 10-mile road repair stretch near Lincoln could put Alaska highway repairs to shame! 472 miles today, an unusual amount for we "Sunday drivers". Good, safe day...and now the warmth of heater while we ...
... the Surly in that outburst!
Today's ride was a short, easy jaunt to Havre, MT, population: 9,310. We planned to spend the day together in the big city. I picked up a camera at KMart, stocked up on groceries at the Walmart, had Abby's bike tire fixed at Roger's bike shop, ate pizza, went on a tour ...
... Best Western Great Northern Inn. Our room is on the third floor facing the rail yard. WOW! What a busy view. OK, I know some of you aren't the least bit impressed, but for a rail nut like me it's heaven. We had another long day of driving today. We left Williston at 7:30, but then crossed into the Mountain time zone. It's as though we started at 6:30. Oh Boy, a free hour of driving. Although eastern Montana can get a bit boring, right ...