Super 8 Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... last group... my group. I checked my bag planeside again.
The flight was full... a 737, with 6 seats across non-stop to Billings, Montana, a flight of a little over an hour. I was seated with two guys who had just gotten out of prison and were on their way home. We began an interesting conversation when the Captain came on the intercom and announced we all needed to deplane. They had found some loose rivets in the ...
Slow news day since we we're on the road for about 10 hours. Doesn't mean we didn't see interesting sites and didn't have some fun! Three states today: Minnesota, North Dakota, and Montana! Took off this morning from Minneapolis reminded of lots of "minnes" around....Minnehaha, Minnetonka, Minneapolis which by the way was a compounded word from Minnehaha (laughing waters) and polis (Greek word for city). So, Minneapolis is supposed to mean the city of waters! Driving through the ...
... doing, very passionate about the outdoors and living in Montana.
Just saying she very beautiful and had mannerisms... similar to my cousins Nadine.. very groovy and cool. After a great lunch... I had a prime rib sandwich, it tasted fabulous probably because it wasn't orange chicken! don't even say OC!
we headed to Coeur D' Alene. There was a big Art on The Green this weekend and everything was booked. Called ahead to Spokane and got a room at a Windgate so I ...
... I would have needed to do was give them the title to transfer… IF I lived in Montana. Louisiana is not so easy… notarized title, tax, odometer statement, notarized bill of sale, statement of where and why the car was not licensed from June through September… oh, well, I’ll get it all taken care of by October.
Then I went by the Saddlery and inquired about Pete. The lady behind the counter knew of him, but ...
... this is where the hotel is that Gus dies in. There is a cool looking little park with a "beach" created by a pool along the shore line of the river. Lots of kids were out swimming in the pool.
The KOA we stayed in is...lets just say if you are exhausted, keep going.
Lots of traffic, lots of trains with whistles blowing, lots of mosquitos, lots of run down everything. Boo!
Oh well, it was an experience. Now on to North ...