Super 8 Miles City
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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 ...
... Miles City Range Riders Museum. It was Founders’ Day and admission was free. There were all kinds of displays and demonstrations in the large meeting room: firearms, of course, and spinning, tatting, churning butter, making fry bread and so on. Then I went into the museum itself and it is excellent! One of the first exhibits is of famous saddlemakers from Miles City and one of the first was Pete Verbeck, complete with a ...
... come along on the rest of the loop - first because it got a little bit rougher and closed in and then when he came upon what the couple from Montana said was a brown snake. I am sure my heart would've stopped had I come across it. The lady had said she did consider turning around and going back the way she had come but then the snake slowly cleared the path and she carried onward with her husband. She said it was not as big as ...
After leaving Deadwood, we headed north to North Dakota. On highway 85 we tanned, almost got pulled over for speeding (no Malory was not driving!), and found ourselves in the midst of two storms. We arrived to Medora around 3 and entered Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The Visitor Center did not have a Teddy Bear!!! However, the park was a sure sight-to-see. We hid under a bridge for an hour in hopes of saving ...
... Native Americans. There is also a monument to Custer. No, we didn't stop, I just looked it up.
We have driven for many miles today. We haven't seen any more animals (other than cows and horses.) Lots of ranches and farming here along the river. I have a feeling that that is all we are going to be seeing for a while.
We stopped for the night in a little city called Miles City. If you ever watched the mini series Lonesome ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed