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Well, we made it out of Regina, but it took us a long time and a lot of trouble, that's for sure! The coldest days of the winter i remember in these 3 years, with temperatures down to -30s and windchills of -40s. Of course, car doesn't start. Call CAA, they are busy, come the next day. The car is too frozen by now and they can't boost it. Even says …
... br> Miles to the west, we did come to some change in scenery - scattered pine forests and more rugged, wind-worn hills. Still lots of up and down. The Judith Mountains rose in the distance, drew closer, and were absolutely beautiful as we drove through their southern end and down to the town of Lewistown. It's a charming town, with a gorgeous brick courthouse. We got a motel room, then went to dinner at Harry's place - one ...
... campground (we had no choice). With it being summer, we really learned that you need reservations, especially on a weekend. Lesson learned.
Don't ever stay here if you are in ND - North Park Campground, Dickinson.
We came here to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Can't wait.
Hope everyone is well and hope you all have a good ...
... off to the east just after we crossed the river. Neither of us remembered seeing one, but we did have a lovely ride back down the hill! Sure enough, there was our road, leading east into the steadily increasing sunshine. We decided to call our staff and ask someone to drive out to meet us, bringing some bread and peanut butter so I could get something more nutritious in my stomach. Gayle was very willing to come, so we gave her ...
... rams, jumped up! We startled them as much as they startled us! About 7 miles from Terry I saw what seemed to be a small wrought-iron fenced graveyard. As we got nearer, we could see it was some type of an historical display, so we pulled over. Although the temperature was in the 90s, as long as the breeze was blowing we could wander from display to display. It covered a lot of topics, historical, environmental, ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Motel Sidney
We payed $99 for a two double beda room, so per person about $25, which is pretty reasonable for a super warm room. They are smokers rooms and we were not told, so the smell is a bit disturbing at first, but at least in our room it wasn't that strong. The welcome was a bit cold, but they are nice people. They had coffee and juice and bagels and toast for breakfast, included.
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