Well we managed to avoid any more major distractions as we traveled back to Houston to further aggravate the in-laws. We then eased over to Alexandria, La, to visit Linda’s cousins which she hadn’t seen in over 10 years. Of … Continue reading
While traveling south on I-29, along the Iowa and Nebraska border, as we crossed US-30 we noticed a sign that simply stated “Steamboat Exhibit”. Well, we were distracted again. I thought that we would get to walk out on an … Continue reading
Well, we decided that it’s about time to head for home. We started working our way east and south with plans to stop at Houston again and aggravate the relatives. So we got up earlier than usual with great expectations … Continue reading
We left Kremlin, MT, heading east on the Hi-Line (US 2). We wanted to visit Fort Union Trading Post Historical Site on the Missouri river at the Montana/North Dakota border. We had visited the site back in 1988 and found … Continue reading
Rudyard, Montana, is located west of Kremlin and has a very interesting museum. Montana is known for it’s dinosaur remains and this museum has a separate building dedicated to several dinosaur skeletons which were found nearby.
Gildford, Montana, is 10 miles west of Kremlin on the Hi-Line. All of the towns around here are real easy to get to as all you have to know is if they are east or west of your current location. … Continue reading
Havre is a town of 10,000 located 20 miles east of Kremlin. It is the largest city on the Hi-Line and the eighth largest city in Montana. It even has a Wal-Mart. “Small grids of purple colored squares can be … Continue reading