Gibson-Cassidy House

Address: 105 2nd Avenue , Clyde Park, Montana, 59018 , United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 105 2nd Avenue , Clyde Park.
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Travel Blogs from Clyde Park

9. Butte to Lima (5 days, 190 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 04, 2014

57 photos

... are a new welcome addition). From then on it got tougher. We rode over a high plateau into a withering head wind, at one point registering 3.5 miles an hour on a gentle incline. It was utterly soul destroying. We descended from the plateau on a steep, sandy track and then began the six mile climb up to our campsite. The wind was still killing us, and we took turns on the front to try and up our speed. Nadine rode like a Jens Voigt trooper on the front, but unfortunately ...

Day 55- Driving from Bozeman to Butte, MT

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jun 24, 2013

3 comments, 48 photos

... the distance in their presentation. Not just maps for them. Here was a walking museum outside with about 15 buildings filled with period items that were assembled on this spot...kind of a little Old Sturbridge Village in Western Massachusetts that all of us school kids had to go to on field trips.

We continue our journey through Billings, which we find to be very industrial and not that big. There are also snowcapped ...

Getting off the beaten track

A travel blog entry by west2013 on Jun 14, 2013

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We spent some time at Big Timber, Montana. Walked up town and saw a quilt shop, we had to get mom something. Mailed some much overdo postcards to Wesley and other people. The wind was ferocious that day, I guess blowing down from the pass going into Livingston, Mt. Went to see Tammy Baily Brooks ...

Poopoo occurs

A travel blog entry by pete11 on Jun 03, 2013

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... myself at the mercy of good samaritans, which fortunately still exist in this world. The first car I flagged down was an older couple, he in a bow-tie with a kindly preacher look. Unfortunately the back seat was full of grand kids, but they were kind enough to take my roadside info and drive up the road to call for help. Five minutes later they were back having found out that coverage wouldn't be available for miles in the direction they were headed, but they were willing to drive back ...

The Town of Bozeman; Gallatin County Fair

A travel blog entry by lhread1 on Jul 21, 2012

... influencing selected (lucky?) members of the audience. We waited an hour to ride the ferris wheel (we had bought our tickets, so we were committed!) but it was pretty fun, with Steve managing his fear of heights quite well. We then headed to a place called Plonk for drinks (I had an Alaskan Amber Ale!) then headed home and fell into an exhausted sleep (2 AM our ...