Grey Cliffs Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... I am afraid to admit that the kids are entertaining ridiculous bedtimes. They are regularly going to bed between 10 – 10:30 and waking between 8:30 – 9:00. We are on Mountain Time, which is only 1 hour behind our normal Central Time, but I hate to think that they’d be going to bed around 11:00 at home. Don’t even want to think about their transition to a normal school routine! We’ll worry about that ...
When we thought about traveling west, the first person we thought about was Jeff Harrits - the best man from our wedding. Jeff and his wife Kathy live in a cabin north of Missoula -near the Seeley Lake area. Unfortunately we discovered that they were in the Midwest for a wedding at the same time that we were traveling west for vacation. We had been keeping in touch all week by texting as they were now traveling back in their RV along Highway 94. We finally connected with ...
... very cold, but it was an amazing
We drove through Billings, wanting to get a few more miles closer to
our next booked accommodation in Canmore, Canada, so we went through Billings
and headed to Bozeman. When we got there, there was no accommodation available,
so we continued on and found a room at Lewis and Clark ...
... a local walker if the road got better. She said no, it got much worse ahead and so I turned around and went back to the highway.
It was a little after noon when I arrived at the Missouri Headwaters State Park and I am back to the same spot where I stopped back on June 9th while following Clark’s eastbound path to the Yellowstone River. At that time I decided ...
... with artifacts
taken from the LC era up through the ranching boom and arrival of the
railroad. Wonderful docent greeted me
and answered all my questions about the area and LC history. I knew they had preserved and restored a
diorama of the LC Corps showing when Lewis was preparing to leave the group
with 3 others to do some scouting ahead and look for the Shoshone’s (part of
the westbound trip but I ...