Fort Union Inn

Address: 5 Dogwood, Colstrip, Montana, 59323, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Colstrip

I Can See for Miles and Miles…

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 08, 2014

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... s had no problem riding with us in past mornings, and it wasn’t a hard road. Dave was concerned because we couldn’t afford to ride at 11 mph if we were going to cover the mileage for the day, but we hated to leave her behind. At the end of the uplands, the road dropped in a nice downhill to the river bottom below. Lea always coasts downhill faster than I do, but this time she didn’t come ...

Day 5: Little Bighorn

A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 18, 2014

Montana is big but we are going to tackle it all. We left Glendive early in the morning and headed to Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. We learned about the historical background that led up to the battle. We also learned about General Custer, Crazy Horse, and Sitting Bull. On Last Stand Hill the monument is dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives and sits upon a mass grave of the remains as many of the soldiers that could be ...

Day 4: Saving Private Teddy

A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 18, 2014

After leaving Deadwood, we headed north to North Dakota. On highway 85 we tanned, almost got pulled over for speeding (no Malory was not driving!), and found ourselves in the midst of two storms. We arrived to Medora around 3 and entered Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The Visitor Center did not have a Teddy Bear!!! However, the park was a sure sight-to-see. We hid under a bridge for an hour in hopes of saving ...

Northern Cheyenne Health Centre and College

A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 03, 2013

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3 Sept -- 7 AM: most people at the powwow are gone, so very quiet. No table, so no attempt at breakfast: just packed up and left.

At cafe in Ashland we sat at counter and Anna had a pancake and fried eggs (very thick, plate-sized pancake) and I had biscuit and gravy and scrambled eggs. And coffee. Delightful.
Then had two professional visits in Lame Deer (see Anna's notes), at clinic and also Dull Knife College. At the powwow there was ...

We join a powwow

A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 02, 2013

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Notes at the time: Then left N Dakota and entered Montana (about 12 or 1230) - two service area stops, one each side of state line as N Dakota side didn't have detail on Montana camping. Turned out Montana side didn't either, or the guy couldn't give it to me. He did give me a list of RV sewage pump-out locations and prices!. After 2 hours on I-94, stopped at rest area in intense heat -- about 100 (car said 101 or 102). Really stunning heat - and had bagel ...

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