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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cleaning our rooms, checking out with our employers and housing). Needless to say the entire process was tiresome and boring, but we are oh so glad that we are finally gone. Even though we did not start on our way to Bozeman until about 3pm (we were aiming for 2pm). We both will miss the people we worked with, the trees and animals, the geysers, but we both are indeed happy that our next big adventure ...
... that I’d seen from below. However, he said he could see the steep downhill road sign just before the road went around the curve above us, and they don’t put those too far before the downhill. Sure enough, we arrived at the top a couple minutes later. The "steep section" I’d seen had been the drift fence that went straight on up the hill to keep snow off the highway! I was so excited, the whole hill ...
... 5000km. To date. There is a dog 3 doors down that keeps on yapping and crying. There is also a wedding going on here so I bet that's where the owners are. I can't complain though as my girls are at a hotel tonight and they brought Molly with them. I bet she is doing the exact same thing. Although Molly settles down after 5 minutes or so. I don't know how the other 2 dogs are doing by them selves. If ...
... Mary. Tom's doctor discharged him from the hospital and Bill and Mary both researched long term rehab hospitals. They ended up choosing Plantation Bay Rehab Center, which is quite close to where Tom lives in St. Cloud, so it will be easy for Bill to visit while he stays in Tom's motor home. Tom was transported there after this decision was made. This is all good news and means that Tom is finally on the road to recovery.
Once that got settled, ...
... the Buffalo Gap Campground in the Little Missouri National Grasslands in western North Dakota and found a spot to sleep. My plan was to sleep in my tent, but when I got out of the car and felt cool, bug-free air, and looked up at the clear, star-filled sky, I decided to skip setting up the tent and enjoy a night in the open. I had a great sleep. I’ll go back to that campground.
North Dakota sometimes gets a bad rap for being flat and boring. ...