Motel 6 - Miles City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Montana seems to enjoy having massive sculptures. We stopped at New Salem where they had an enormous Holstein cow perched on top of a hill, silhouetted against the sky. Further along there is the enchanted highway which has massive metal sculptures every 3 or 4 miles. They are amazing and were made by local farmers from scrap metal. The largest is approximately 110' high. We were bucking a really high ...
... so I didn't have to carry a heavy coat. I packed light in a small rolling carry-on which I had to check planeside anyway. Barely enough room on the plane which had one seat on one side of the aisle and two on the other. I retrieved my book, stowed my coat and camera and settled in to the window seat. Except for the fact I spilled my Snappy Tom tomato juice all over the book, the flight was uneventful.
In Denver I had a ...
... little bird says". much louder and deeper... groan, turn over and back to sleep. Third time was a charm. The 6 a.m. ETD was actually 7 a.m. The van was loaded the night before and we were "off like a herd of turtles".
I started driving. Apparently I had gotten more sleep than anyone else last night. Some staying up all night.. so they would be able to sleep in the car. Again, similar to Hallie, Graven and Beau. Youth! Ya gotta love it!
A big difference in the ...
We left ND today and headed to Montana. We'll stay in Montana for a week or so. It was a beautiful day - sunny and a little cooler (in the low 70s). Montana is called 'big sky country' and it really is - you see more sky than you do land. It's awesome. We took I-94 and the ride was scenic......lots of rolling hills, cattle all along the road way and we passed by a number of trains ...
... Miles City Range Riders Museum. It was Founders’ Day and admission was free. There were all kinds of displays and demonstrations in the large meeting room: firearms, of course, and spinning, tatting, churning butter, making fry bread and so on. Then I went into the museum itself and it is excellent! One of the first exhibits is of famous saddlemakers from Miles City and one of the first was Pete Verbeck, complete with a ...