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... map as backup (thank you, Auntie Lillian!) and planned to take the I-90 south then Highway 12 east to Helena, then Highway 15 north to Great Falls as that looked like the most efficient route. Our Australian-voiced GPS kept insisting we take the more direct route through the mountains. We heeded Uncle Al's warnings not to take the mountain road because it would add three hours to our trip. We stubbornly ignored the increasingly persistent ...
... no intention to wait so I step over the mop and use the facilities then make my way out the car. We leave the hotel parking lot at 8:30 and 10 minutes later we are well on our way out I-84. Today’s route is going to be exclusively using the interstate highway system, even though it is a bit farther. The trip down along the secondary highway was shorter, but slower and did not have the diversion of a town every so often as the interstate ...
... lol we find it and park the cars.
Helena has a lot of history as the capital of Montana and the old part of town has some cool boutiques and shops. We decide to grab some food and a beer at Bert and Ernest. . Trust me they make great sandwiches!!!
Well, we are basically back where we start from 3 weeks ago and it's been a good trip!
Time to move on and ...
... banana nut bread using our ripe, not allow to cross into Canada, bananas. The biggest problem/question with most of our fellow travelers at crossing the border is, "What do we do with our liquor?"
7-8-14 Tuesday – Day 1
Morning bookkeeping and cleaning to get ready to leave for Canada.
2:00 – 4:30 PM we had our first Adventure Caravan orientation. We were served food ...
... where the Native Americans drove the buffalo. Archaeologists continue to find remains of the thousands of buffalo.
One of the most interesting facts we learned was that many, many tribes rotated through the area using the same techniques to sustain their tribes. The area, like most things, was treated with respect. The process is fascinating. If you are interested to learn more, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Peop ...