Trout Lake Country Inn

Address: 15 Guler Rd, Trout Lake, Washington, 98650, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 15 Guler Rd, Trout Lake, is near Bighorn River.
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    Side trip

    A travel blog entry by leeandneva on May 30, 2015

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    We decided to take the interstate down to Hardin Mt to visit the Little Big Horn Battlefield. The new friends from the last campgrounds met us here and we did a cookout and visited. We all decided a campfire would be great so Lee paid for a bundle of wood. The was a lady across the road from our site was by herself in a B class van camper. As in every camp fire there is always smoke. She walked pass our campfire and say the is smoke getting on her clothes. We all laughed and ...

    First three days...

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... t been through Montana, it is mostly rolling dry grass hills, with the occasional small mountains to skirt around. There are small towns which seem to be oriented toward farming and the train depots, but there is also evidence of significant mining and we did pass a refinery at one point.
    The weather is mixed. It was surprisingly cold last night in Deer Lodge. There was ************* the ground, and the bowl we place outside for our sink to drain to was frozen ...

    General Custer: Hero or Fool?

    A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Jul 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... rolling land. The NPS has stations along the trail with artwork duplicating the view you see before you, but adding arrows to explain troop movement. At one sharp turn in the road we did come upon five Indian teenagers, riding bareback and fording the Little Bighorn River...ironic.

    So what did I learn about my textbook anti-hero?

    (1) Custer had won several Indian battles by capturing Indian women and children, using them ...

    Last day at GNP and on our way East

    A travel blog entry by aimz822 on Jul 10, 2014

    25 photos

    ... way on top. The pictures don't depict the height of this at all (~100ft) accurately. I was completely losing it, struggling with the fact that it was cool and I had encouraged him to venture up there, and at the same time fearful that I was going to watch him plummet from the top. The latter was winning, so I snapped a pic and motioned for him to come down and then turned away.

    Ridin' Against the Wind

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... had a rush hour or not, but our route would take us through the heart of town. Leaving Laurel, we stopped at the overpass over the train tracks and got a good view of the large railroad switching yard. Laurel apparently has the country’s second largest oil refinery in the country. (From a few miles outside of town yesterday we could see what we initially thought was a grain elevator, but as we got closer we could see ...