Motel 6 - Miles City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... thanked me again. I think he'll make it.
I got a cab to the bus station and checked in, then went and got a late lunch. Downtown Billings is very clean and attractive. I wandered in and out of several antique stores and an Indian trading post trying to kill a couple of hours, finally walking back to the bus station and pulling out my iPad which I am still trying to figure out.
The bus left at 6:30, beginning its ...
... Yellowstone River in Montana. Of course, this time of year, we are still seeing orange barrels everywhere. One strange site was a speed limit of 65 in a construction zone although no one was working construction today. Guess we really are celebrating Labor Day weekend! We also interesting, creative structures, like this sound barrier wall and metal structure fashioned with birds. Never did figure out what that was??? I was also expecting to see a lot oil drilling since ...
... Davis were on the roll away when I went to sleep, Syl and Kaelan in the other Q. I was in the Q by myself.. don't think I have coodies.. any way I couldn't find Davis.. the room was FREEZING, someone had turned the AC to 64. Ally was on the floor sleeping and Davis had crawled under the covers at the foot of Syl's bed.. Originally, I had thought it was just Syl's big toe... no it was Davis.. I didn't sing my song thinking that was why no one wanted to sleep in my bed.. ...
... other structures still in use today. The area was designated the Roosevelt Recreation Demonstration Area in 1935. In 1946 it was transferred to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service as the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge. President Truman established the Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park on April 25, 1947, the first and only National ...
... As I was leaving we both said how much we had enjoyed our conversation and prayed together. She added that it was really unusual not to have had any customers during our visit, but we both knew Who had arranged that!
I called Pete again… no answer. I went back to the camper. Supper and another call to Pete… he was home. He invited me to come over and then drove to the campground with his wife, Vonnie, to lead me to ...