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 ...
... plate and he put it on. I had purchased a new LA issue- the "Endangered Species" series... a little tongue in cheek since the Mercury Marauder only sold some 11,000 models in two years and was discontinued. Eric chuckled and thought it was appropriate. I asked him if he had had any second thoughts about selling the car and he admitted he had but needed to. We shook hands and parted. I headed for Wendy's and a motel.
... Live Buffalo, and Buffalo Cinema! So, we are trying to get our 10,000 steps in each day as often as we can. We accomplished that every day so far until today. Although after dinner, we took a walk and got up to about 5000 steps for the day. Got late and dark! And, as I mentioned in the first blog, we bought a car refrigerator that you connect to the 12V supply line or cigarette lighter. We brought along salad fixings, sandwich fixings, apples, cheese sticks, and our ...
... and Notice. I agree whole-hearted- ly !!
Pacific time change and we arrived at the hotel around 8 pm. Checked in...a styrofoam plate of OC and " hit the hay for me" that's what they say out West. No time to write the blog and finish the first entry. I was asleep before my head hit the pillow... although I know the rest of the crew had fun playing games and laughing all night- that was just a small sound in the background. Rise and shine.. Day 3. I am awake ...
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 ...