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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Had a good nights sleep in a very nice motel. All Seasons White Sulfur Springs, MT. Woke up to 33 degrees this morning. Headed to Wyoming Yellow Stone National Park. This is such a beautiful day!!!! I am taking lots of pictures, but the camera just can't pick up the beauty my eyes are seeing!!! This is cold country. There is snow on all the tall mountain ...
... and things that I was supposed to give Val and forgot to give them to her. Ah, well, threw them out here. Went to a Clark and Lewie's pub and grill for dinner. It was pretty good. The special soup was pot roast soup-never had that before. Of course we liked it because it was like a bowl of gravy with goodies in it. Nice end to the ...
Day 13 - Saturday 22nd August
Well we slept like the proverbial logs and had a nice relaxing morning. Laura made us some fabulous smoothies with ingredients from the garden before she had to zoom off on errands. Laura & Chris if you are reading this, I hope the wedding went well and get planning your travels!
We left Laura's and drove through Helena. It ...
... 250 BC and the newest, depicting flintlock rifles, were about 200 years old. The Indians who lived in the area believed that not only men had painted some of them, but also spirits painted some to send messages to the local tribes. The Crow word for the pictograph and ghost cave complex is “Alahpalaaxawaalaatuua” which translates to “where there is spirit writing”.
Monday I took the truck in and they did the ...
... up most of the RV and took the car and went over this morning. Wow! It's unbelievable! What an amazing thing to see. There is a path that goes all around the base so we walked it. It's hard to walk and gawk at the same time! It is a very sacred place to the Native community and they hang prayer pouches and memorials from the trees. While we were taking pictures at the south side, we noticed climbers working their way up to the top. Then we almost walked into a deer that ...