Super 8 Miles City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Howe Indiana and wanted to get through the Chicago area as quickly as possible. It was pouring rain and foggy so we had a later start than usual. Our objective was to get past all these major metropolitan areas. We know that there are many attractions in cities like Chicago but it is too awkward to drag our trailer into large cities. We continued traveling on toll highways to make our passage through these areas as ...
One of my seatmates had spent most of the money he had earned at his prison job in getting some new clothes and a backpack. I gave him some cash which he at first refused, but I told him about my stepson and his history of being in prison on several occasions and how he was still struggling to get his life together at 46. He finally accepted my offering with profuse thanks. I promised to keep him in my prayers and ...
... of sudden we'd see a burst of bright yellow, acres and acres of bright yellow sunflowers! So, we wondered if they are grown for cut flowers, sunflowers seeds, or sunflower oil. Doing a Google search, found out that North Dakota grows more sunflowers than anywhere in the country for oil seed production. Such a beautiful show of color! And, our presidents are celebrated as we saw on our trip last year. I-94 is part of the Eisenhower Interstate System. And, rolling hills and what ...
... a river. She has room and lots of outdoor space for gardens, and animals and activity- all things she enjoys. We took her to lunch just down the road from her house.( a short walk- good to stretch the legs.) The Steak House-Bar and Grill. Lots of wood- wood walls, wood chairs, antlers on the wall, Western Art, Cowgirl wallpaper in the bathroom ( I didn't go in the cowboy's but am assuming that there were cowboys in there) l And great food. Fun to hear about the things ...
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 turns out ...