Super 8 Helena
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... pour une nuit sympa dans un hotel confortable après 3 nuits en camping.
Not a good night for Day. I need to note that we do not want to stay at this Super 8 in Miles city ever again. It is old, creaky and noisy. There were creepy people driving around the parking lot probably all night as there were two floozies that came through 4 times this morning starting at 0500 when we got up. Then there was the banging of the …
... what was said made a difference. At the next pull-out, Lynn told me she'd like to give it a try. She did, and drove the fifty miles of curves down from nearly the top of Look Out. She was fairly relaxed, yet vigilant and seemed to enjoy the experience. Me? I chilled and sent a few texts and looked out the window and enjoyed the scenery.
Lynn has always been an excellent driver. Now she can share in the experience and we can both see a bit more of ...
... snow and such. It's a long story, but not too important here.
Anyway, we're here, for better or worse...
I've taken a few pictures and would like to share them with you all. They're on http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
and here also.
I'll be posting as we celebrate holidays, Lynn's birthday and such. Thanks for "hanging in" with us on our travels and "non-travels." ;o)
... day to kayak and sail on Canyon Ferry Reservoir. It is a huge lake with lots of islands, beaches and coves. Canyon Ferry was the name of the little town on the river that was covered up when the lake was created. Luckily, the cemetery was high on a bluff so it still exists. While prowling around up there, we discovered many old,old markers and many others that can no longer be read. Quite interesting.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed