Rodeway Inn Billings
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I had hopes conditions would change once we passed Sheridan, WY and then entered Montana. There is usually a terrain change at state borders, that is often what was used to define the state lines and the transition from Wyoming to Montana is no exception. The rolling hills of WY gave way to flatter hills of MT and the 35+ MPH crosswind gusts changed to 45+ MPH straight on headwind! From bad to worse!
I have been riding motorcycles for over 25 years, ...
After months of planning, Canyon research and a little training the time to hit the road is upon us.
We load the Rodeo up with Packs, boots and our other luggage a tight fit but it all works and I can even see out the back window.
First stop Tim's for an Ice Cap air does not work in the Rodeo and it is already ...
I think Mother Nature has it out for me. On the trip from Bismarck to Murdo a pheasant tried to kill me (the Dart won that battle easily), then that night at the campground a bug tried to make my left ear canal its home. I think he eventually climbed out. It was a bit crazy for a few minutes, but I think he's gone (and by 'think he’s gone’ I mean I’m 99% convinced the bug laid eggs in my ear canal which are ...
... events have been canceled. We will take the road through Banff and Lake Louise and hope to find a place to stay in that area, and then drive on through Jasper to Prince George, British Columbia. We need to be in Prince Rupert by the 22nd in time for our ferry boarding on the 23rd. If there is time, we will detour to Hyder, AK for a few days.
To date, we have driven 3320 miles and nearly 84 hours.
... old growing up in Appalachia, escaped the poverty to get an education at a free college in Kentucky and went on to earn his doctorate, eventually working at a nuclear plant - all of this back in the 1920's.
Steve and Melissa related stories of tourist cruises on which they were the token scientists on board to not only provide educated insight but to coddle the passengers, some ...