Super 8 Big Timber
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with kitchen and bathroom. Quite palatial compared to some we've seen. Since it is (hopefully) our last night out, we opted to stay at the rig and eat all the leftovers...Nate dubbed this 'samples' years ago when we would just empty out the fridge and eat everything. Kind of like hitting Costco when the food samples are out. In theory, we should be home in about 6 or 7 hours tomorrow...provided there are no issues with the rig, the border, the roads etc...fingers ...
... opening up looking far to the east.
We entered the town of Livingston, which reminded me of Pendleton. It seemed to have a vibrant downtown area, and there were people sitting at tables outside storefronts drinking coffee, eating brunch, etc. We stopped a minimart, bought a couple Cokes and some snacks (Twinkies for Ann, a chocolate chip cookie for me), and went to sit in the ...
... hours from home. Our journey is almost done. I am sad that it is ending and that we didn't get to see all that we wanted and we didn't get to just "veg" for a few days in a beautiful spot. However, we have gotten the hang of hitching and unhitching and Gary has a real feel for driving this thing now. We already have plans for future trips and are excited for what is to come. However, I do miss my friends and family in Bellingham and so will be glad to see everyone once we come ...
... floor. The figure started to move down the hall and then disappeared.
“Where did it go?” Cody whispered.
“I don’t know… let’s check the bedroom.” The door was still open. I flashed my light around inside- nothing. We went inside and stopped… listening. All of a sudden the door behind us slammed shut. We spun around and I grabbed for the handle. The door was locked! I tried the ...
... and August), hike the mountains, fish, pan for gold, and generally enjoy what the area has to offer. They come back, eat supper, play games, and go to bed when the sun goes down.
The larger vehicles are somewhat bound by where they can go and park, and thus the dinghy is a necessity. They need large sites, 50 amp electricity to run the two or three A/C units, wide spaces so they can run out the multiple “slides”, and a ...