Super 8 Miles City
Travel Blogs from Miles City
... everyone a warm/hot washcloth gently placed over their faces to soothe the day in. Then I offered coffee to Davis (thinking he would say no) and he asks "what kind of creamer is it?" cracked me up big time.
Breakfast and small repack and on the road again. Going to stop outside of Bozeman Montana to have lunch with Bryndis Lisser, cousin Nadine's daughter. Syl drove and I drove. Bryn lives outside of Bozeman about 12 miles in Gaitlin Gateway. A great house on the ...
Really didn't do much today at all. Bruce changed the oil on the motorhome and we did some grocery shopping at Walmart before we head out on the road again. Those Super Walmart's are fantastic. (OMG, I can't believe I'm saying ...
... staying here in Miles City, MO for two days and will take our time travelling through Montana until we reach Glacier National Park. We plan on taking our time and not arriving at Glacier until the 23rd or so. There is so much to see/do in Montana. This little town of Miles City seems to have a lot going on and we'll be venturing out tomorrow to see what's around. The weather has ...
... ever established.
Miles City KOA Montana, was our stop for the night. About 9:30PM we smelled something burning and our smoke alarm went off. We couldn't figure out what or where the fire was. A bit of scrambling inside and out, we discovered the hats on the map light was smoldering and ready to burst into flames. Disaster avoided, precautions ...
We had a delightful evening talking families, Miles City and saddlemaking. He also showed me his basement, “The Dungeon”, according to Vonnie, which had his shop, and a wealth of historical items. He had done some saddlemaking, too, but worked for the Postal Department for most of his life. He is now retired at 86. In the course of the evening, he gave me a short course in leatherwork and saddlemaking. It ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed