Blue Mountain Bed & Breakfast
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... br> With a happy belly I ventured to check out the village. It was small but had a nice look about it. So I decided to have a look at possible accommodation options. For the more posh visitor there was the lodge:
There was also something a little cheaper:
... called Mel and we got persuaded to try his home made specialty - biscuits and Gravy - see the photo. (Bang goes my gluten free diet). We get into a discussion about life with him. Places and characters like this are priceless. Thanks Mel hope you manage to catch up with this blog.
We learn that that town of Arco was the first American one to be served by electricity from a nuclear ...
... the Univeristy and do paintings, jewelry, etc. I really do not need more stuff, but it was fun to stroll! There are even musicians here and there at the market entertaining the crowd. The downtown area has pianos placed along the streets (chained) so that people can just sit down and play. How fun!
After a short lunch break back at the house, we were off downtown to the ...
... We viewed a movie regarding the battle and listened to a Park Ranger (of Crow Indian decent) give a very detailed account of the battle.
After several hours we began our journey across Montana to Missoula. It was hard to see the mountain range ...
... here arrived just that morning... June 17th.
She had to go back to work today, so I ran some errands, wrote this blog post, made some scones for a lunch she's having tomorrow, and made us some dinner. Soon I will gather up all my gear and load up the car for my trip to Billings tomorrow. It's a long trip, with little options as to route, so it'll be I-90 the whole way... with a promise of fun things to see and do on Friday.