Motel 6 Great Falls
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... we passed through what must be the seedier side of Great Falls, we saw casino's, strip clubs, and some unsavory characters. Our hotel is on the outskirts of town near the airport and the room is nice, but there are no good restaurants in the area without getting back on the Interstate and heading into town. So the choices we had were either the Denny's next door or the Subway across the street, so we opted for the Denny's.
Tomorrow is Father's Day, ...
... gazillion evergreen pine trees. We exited the Lewis & Clark Forest and soon arrived at Great Falls, MT. The weather is really nice and we fired up the gas grill for burgers and brats. We just learned that you cannot bring in any meat products to Canada so we are pigging out big time....Teague says he has the "meat sweats" from eating to many brats/burgers.
Kind of a driving day but still saw a lot of neat stuff.
288 miles today
... The speed limit drops in Montana to 75 mph (120) and it feels like we are crawling. We watch as the temperatures fluctuate along the way. It briefly gets to 21 but gets as low as 9 when we drive through a dark and blustery rain storm. The sky is black and there is lightening in the distance. Thankfully it only lasts a short time. When we stop at a rest stop not too far outside of Butte, Montana the temperature is only 15 degrees and it ...
... check where we are well before Airdrie and then just as we get to Airdrie. Again the directions are repeated and we follow them, but her friend then realized that incorrect directions were given so now we are being voice guided to the meeting place. A quick visit and then Heidi’s friend escorts us back onto the Deerfoot and we follow the signs in the direction of Lethbridge. The time is 12:30; it is over an hour before we can be at Fort McLeod for ...
... where the Native Americans drove the buffalo. Archaeologists continue to find remains of the thousands of buffalo.
One of the most interesting facts we learned was that many, many tribes rotated through the area using the same techniques to sustain their tribes. The area, like most things, was treated with respect. The process is fascinating. If you are interested to learn more, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Peop ...