I have seen Dr. Lee two or three times for a reoccurring corn that grows in my pinkie toe. He is not over friendly and talkative, but he is polite. He helps relieve the pain in my toe until my next visit (usually within a year). He has discussed a surgery option with me to permanently fix the problem. The parking at this Facey location in MUCH improved with the addition of a valet. Don't try to find parking. Use the free valet and give him a tip. The same guy has been there a while and he is very polite and friendly.
This magazine is the classy, glossy publication we receive monthly. Staff members are helpful and pleasant to work with if you have a story idea to submit. The magazine is filled with advertisements from various sources, including home improvement, medical, restaurant, clothing, and fitness, just to name a few. The magazine has a pleasant layout and is easy to read.
I was looking for a place to donate my wedding dress, which was a difficult decision, but I knew I would not be using it again. I came across this store. The employee was friendly over the phone and told me that the store could likely use the dress. I took it in to donate it and showed it to the employee on duty. Again, it was a difficult item to part with but the shop made me feel as if it would get used, which was also a concern. Thank you.
We have ordered delivery service from this restaurant on a few occasions. It seemed a bit expensive, but maybe we were just hungry when we phoned in our order. The deliveries arrived as promised and we really enjoyed the food. I would recommend it.
I went to jr. high and high school in Miles City and was recently back for a reunion. The one place where my friends and I had to meet up was the Airport Inn. For a small town restaurant, they have a good taco pizza-- and the steak fingers and fries are something you have to try! Kids under a certain age get a small ice cream cone free, if you remember to ask.
The location, on a hill overlooking the town, is also cool. Be prepared to have friendly cats greet you-- and maybe even try to hop in your car.
Finally, the Airport Inn does NOT take credit cards-- so make sure you have cash on you if you decide to dine there.
Discovery Pond has a little something for everyone. The shop includes kids clothes, pets and supplies, toys, books, craft kit and hobby items, and even a lunch/ice cream counter. It was especially difficult to get my 2-year-old away from all the great toys, including many from Melissa & Doug!
I've eaten breakfast at Thelma's a couple of times. The food was tasty, just the right amount, and beautifully presented on a large plate. The waitress was very friendly. The restaurant was nice and clean.
I took my first-born son to Dr. Nathanson two or three times before deciding to switch doctors with Facey. Dr. Nathanson always made me feel rushed to get through my questions and he did not seem open minded. "This is the way I do it" was how he responded to questions about introducing my son to solid foods. "I don't have time to look at that" was his response to a chart from a book although he did let me leave it for his review. I switched to Dr. Lee, whom we love. He responds to email and always takes time to answer my questions without feeling rushed.
My 1.5 year old daughter fell and cut her forehead recently. I took her to Facey Urgent Care in Santa Clarita, Calif. We waited about 40 minutes for Dr. Hougen. He was very kind, patient and professional. I told him that I realized I might have over-reacted in bringing my daughter in, but he assured me that because her injury was on her head, it was the right thing to do. Although the wait seemed long, we had a good experience with the doctor and he took care of my daughter.
We take our two cats annually to Tags Veterinary Clinic for their routine shots. The vet is gentle and service is quick. You need to call to check the hours for this service, usually it includes at least one evening to make it more convenient for customers.