Motel 6 - Miles City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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.
... layover. The walk to the departure gate for Billings was short and they were already boarding when I got there. The airline (United) was using a new boarding procedure: first class first, then priveleged passengers and military, then 3 groups to follow. The next group was all window seat passengers, then all middle seat and finally aisle seats. It seemed smooth enough, except all the overhead bins were full by the time they ...
... of travel is the technology: GPS (I still use triptiks from AAA and Paul had gotten Lloyd and Lori, Sirrus (sp) unlimited radio channels for a gift, so I had music the whole time- no fuzzy reception. " Way to go Paul." I zeroed in on the Love Channel and could sing most of the songs and no one even noticed how out of tune I am. I entertained myself as I headed north to Fargo and west, crossing the vast state of North Dakota into Montana. Everyone else was plugged in... ...
... to the highway. It was pretty cool. Also along the highway we saw a number of 1 and 2 passenger bicycles travelling. It was so weird to see bicycles on the highway. Can't believe they are allowed on the highway, but there aren't that many cars (unlike back east). Passed along the Yellowstone River which is a huge river which runs parallel to I-94 way up into Montana. Pretty to see.
... picture and stamp. A relative, perhaps? I read the article, but most of it was about saddlemaking… where and for whom he had worked, one of which was Miles City Saddlery so I planned to return there on Monday and ask about him.
Monday morning I went to Hogan Family Dentistry and gave Eric a check for the car. I really enjoyed doing business with him. Then I stopped by the office of Motor Vehicles. Montana has no sales tax ...