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

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+ Day 22. Wednesday 3rd September. Butte to Beaver Dam. We were surprised to wake this morning wanting breakfast despite our feast last night, and without a headache! Our latest breakfast addition - following the gifts of s'mores and pop tarts - is s'mores flavored pop tarts! Pure sugary goodness. The start of the day was easy and fast on paved roads, then we climbed steeply on gravel for about five miles up to the Great Divide crossing where we had lunch (pickled gherkins in ...

Very Wet Start!

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 03, 2014

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We gassed up and rolled on to Bute, again setting a good pace. We crossed the continental divide at 6365’ as we listened to some local radio stations. We were rather concerned to hear that tomorrow there is a storm predicated on the west side of the continental divide and freezing temperatures in the morning. We stopped for a quick strategy session in Bute and decided we would continue to Bozeman as planned and see what the morning ...

Snow Day!

A travel blog entry by jayefs on Apr 08, 2013

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Boy, I have been waiting for one of these all winter long! And now it comes. In the middle of April. When NY has 60 degree weather. When we were supposed to visit Yellowstone. What a bummer! But, we made the best of being stuck up in the mountains as we rode out the storm. Apparently snow is common through May, but I suppose that makes sense since we are literally up in ...

Leaving Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by marlanko on Jul 11, 2012

We decided to leave Yellowstone a day early. Figured we had completed both loops of the park and had seen everything we wanted to see, and today was going to be a down day because we were all so tired, so we packed up and hit the road for Montana. Besides, the RV park in Yellowstone was less than inviting with no trees, no picnic tables, no room to set up the ...

Buffalo Bill Historical Center & On to Montana

A travel blog entry by momadunc on Apr 11, 2012

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... two days to see the exhibits. Knowing this we planned to be selective in our viewing and were pleased to discover that, as an enticement to come back, they were able to cut the cost of the admission a bit! We found the people in Cody to be exceptionally friendly and kind. It really makes us want to go back!

We decided to view the ...