Super 8 Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we needed to get on another aircraft. We all got our stuff and left the plane, standing around the gate while the airline found another plane. I was a little concerned about my bag since all the papers, title, registration and license plates for the car were inside. The crew assured me that all the luggage would be transferred to the new aircraft.
A new plane and a new gate, again not too far away and on the way ...
... Minnesota reminded us of Ohio and Michigan, flat, green, with corn and some soy and birch trees. In first driving in North Dakota, the topography was very similar. Lots of primarily undeveloped land. Then, all of sudden, it looked like a town under a dome where there were fields and then like a line was drawn and on the other side of the dome was civilization, subdivisions and retail stores. The suburbs of Bismarck! Strange! In North Dakota, while much of it was green and ...
... front of us and over every hill is just more road ahead. I added a short HD video clip that moves and you get a better idea of traveling down the road with us.
This is the land of oil wells and is more of a boom town. We see finished wells and new ones being drilled. This area is building like crazy and it's great that we can use our own natural resources instead of having to depend on other countries. So far we have climbed from 1,800 ft to now about 2,700 ft. ...
... a discount or rewards for my Wyndham. I'll use my AAA discount on the return trip.
Starting in Coeur D' Alene the winds picked up and a storm was a brewing, and smoke. Drove by a brush fire on the side of the freeway.. no one really there yet.. or bigger fires to fight elsewhere.
Allly did a great job of driving for about 2 1/2 hours through the mountains-
The scenery was beautiful! Ally commented how the World is so Beautiful. Amazing and wonderful for her ...
... really needed to talk to Jack (owner) or Judy (former employee), neither of whom were there. So I took my camera and climbed the stairs to the saddle museum. There were several saddles there that Pete had made and the leather carving was really beautiful. Upon going back downstairs, I was told that Judy had come in. We had a nice talk and she told me quite a bit about Pete, who had died in 1976. "His son, Glenn, still lives here," she ...