Motel 6 Great Falls
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... br> herd them past dams only so we can eventually catch and eat them. Some future generation will certainly look
at the way we raise salmon in the same way we sometimes see the Indians running
buffalo off a cliff. There has got to
be a better way but I will save everyone from my long rant about the salmon
I really enjoyed Great Falls and was glad I planned to spend
some extra time in the area. ...
Today started with excellent check out service at the Davenport, a yummy raspberry Danish from Starbucks, and friendly, helpful service from a gas station attendant. Things went stressfully downhill from there until we got to Montana. When we left Spokane it started raining...and raining harder...and raining harder. Driving up and down the mountains of Spokane and through Idaho would have been fun on dry pavement; on wet, pooling roads ...
... 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 ...
... once we have checked into the hotel we need to do a Walmart trip to purchase some wine. “Maybe we will see some of those Walmart people there,” Heidi says. We both laugh because we are more than familiar with the pictures of “Walmart” people who have been photographed in inappropriate, ill-fitting or just plain ugly outfits. The miles pass by and we can see mountains in the distance. "Look," Heidi says, "there is snow on those ...
... Billings). A beautiful little church by our standards, but a kick-butt homily and great music!
Great Falls is named, not surprisingly, for the massive falls on the Missouri River. The first set of falls was nearly a 50-foot drop when L&C encountered them – and there are four more up stream from that one! The falls required a portage that took them two weeks to complete. There’s another great Interpretive Center here, and ...