Holiday Inn Express Miles City
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... we continued west, and we could almost see the gas gauge going down as we drove. It's a good thing that gas prices were approximately 90 cents/litre Canadian! We stopped in Medora for lunch and met a really nice couple from Alberta who were traveling to Mexico for the winter. It was nice exchanging stories - too bad we were heading in opposite directions! After several more hours of driving, we spent the evening at Miles City, Montana.
... last group... my group. I checked my bag planeside again.
The flight was full... a 737, with 6 seats across non-stop to Billings, Montana, a flight of a little over an hour. I was seated with two guys who had just gotten out of prison and were on their way home. We began an interesting conversation when the Captain came on the intercom and announced we all needed to deplane. They had found some loose rivets in the ...
... food for a MONTH. Guess what we were having for Breakfast, Lunch , and Dinner for the rest of the road trip. The good news is that we could offer food to all the people that we were stopping to see or be with for the next month!
Well fed, very tired ( at least I was... not having slept while everyone else was in the car- plan on getting an early morning start on day 2.
Day 2.. I woke up looking for Davis... no Davis.. We had 2 Queens and a roll away. ...
... park had few visitors so we were able to stop and go along the road at our leisure.
A little TRNMP history:
Following Theodore Roosevelt's death in 1919, the Little Missouri Badlands were explored to determine possible park sites. Civilian Conservation Corps camps were set up in both of the future park units from 1934 to 1941, and they developed ...
... I’m not). I wandered through it, but didn’t find anything. I stopped and spoke to the owner on the way out, Sophie Olson. Art was her husband, had died in October and she was keeping the business going. She gave me a copy of Art’s book, Life’s Journey Zero to Eighty-seven. She needed to talk and so we did, for almost an hour. Art was a Korean War vet and there were some interesting parallels between his life ...