Sanders - Helena's Bed and Breakfast
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... of the time (it was taking us longer than we thought it would as we kept stopping to take photographs every 5 minutes!) we decided to take a short cut and when we were half way around, we jumped on the shuttle boat back.
We left Teton and into Yellowstone. Every National Park here has an entry fee but the nice man in Jackson who had sold us our bear spray, had also helped us upgrade our original entry pass we had bought, into an annual all-Parks ...
... included Last Chance Gulch, Reeder Alley, a farmers market with a pole vaulting exhibition by local students, a variety of large, historical homes on the west side of the city, a former Mosque which is now the Helena Civic Center, a cathedral modelled after churchs in Vienna and Cologne, and a self-guided tour inside the Capital with a Charles Russell masterpiece in the House Chamber (largest the artist ever painted). Like the other state Capitals we have seen this ...
Saturday 20th June
My itching arm is driving me crazy but at least the Antibiotics have started to kick in the swelling has gone and it is not as red although it's still hot to touch. Don't like the steroids they make me all jittery. Had a boring day sitting around doing bugger all. Marcia went for a ride on a tour bus in the afternoon and also had a walk around a museum. Sunday 21st June
A good ride to Missoula today went the long way ...
... crossing around noon and had about six cars in front of us. We were selected for an agricultural inspection and were asked to pull over into a parking area. A very nice gentleman came out and asked what type of food we had on board. He purposefully directed his questions to me and said that he could tell from our ages that I had probably done the food packing. I told him that ...
... track that we were riding along through tunnel 9. Our interest in such things tends to depend on a number of factors; wind speed, wind direction, surface quality, and gradient. As a result, we did not dawdle to discuss the history of the Montana Gold Rush at this particular juncture. As we approached tunnel 9, Matt remarked to Nadine 'this is kinda cool'. Nadine replied 'yep' without stopping. Matt couldn't help but feel that she wasn't that interested for some ...