Montana's Mountain Meadow Inn

2245 Head Lane, Helena, Montana, 59602, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2245 Head Lane, Helena, is near Mount Helena, Last Chance Gulch, Holter Lake, and Archie Bray Foundation.
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Travel Blogs from Helena

Kemmerer to Helena

A travel blog entry by alandliz on Jun 06, 2014

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It took us 7.5 hours to do the drive, stopping twice to visit a huge army surplus store and an opal mining town. I now have a new hobby, making opal jewelry while wearing a ghilli suit. We are about to go in the hotel hot tub in order to ease the muscle pains from fish fossil digging. Geology is tough on the bod. ...

Ahhh, the Weather

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 11, 2014


... had Joe and Mel, Lynn's cousin Bonnie and Michael, our nephew over for an early St. Paddy's Day dinner. It was a lot of fun with good ol' corned beef and cabbage topped off with homemade Lemon Meringue Pie for desert. It's good to get and early start for such an auspicious occasion...

On Wednesday, we'll head out over the mountain to Idaho and go to Blue Dog RV for a walk-through of Fiona. We miss ...

Home is where the Heart is...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Sep 26, 2013

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... want. Before lunch, that morning, I remember eating at least one apple, a pear and about a dozen Italian plums. This plus a few black and sundry other berries as fill in. Then, we went to a neat restaurant and had lunch! The food was great here too. Lynn and I shared a HUGE turkey club sandwich. It included hand-cut French Fries. Man, I could barely make it back to the car. Of course, we had to pick some more fruit to ...


A travel blog entry by marts230 on Aug 14, 2013

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... how the Indians could watch the L&C expedition from miles away. The river banks soar over the river. Fort Benton was small but the settlement and trade made for a very rough town. We also visited two other small private museums in town including a museum that had a lot of exhibits about early life to the mid sixties in Montana. We then drove to "Decision" point where L&C were trying to determine which of two rivers was the Missouri. The views were incredible, and indeed our ...

Back in the Home Corral

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 04, 2013

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... and bushes, so a moose surprise would be a real thrill.

We got to the Madison River and stopped for a bit to watch the waterfowl and various other birds. There were several magpies, which we haven't seen for quite a while. They frequent our yard at home and are one of our faves.

We had a bit of lunch after hiking a bit over two miles. This is a great spot for ...