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Travel Blogs from Ennis
... to quite a height and there perched on a precipitous slope were two bighorn sheep, aptly named. did't manage to get a photo. We arrived in Ennis and decided it was a good place to spend the night so we checked in at El Western. Very nice log cabins with a separate lounge/kitchen and bedroom. Dinner was at an old fashioned diner, huge meal but couldn't resist some cherry pie. When we returned ...
... I was cold and wet. See my happy picture at McDonalds in Idaho Falls. I pulled out my iPad and booked a room from there.. A hot shower did wonders. I ate and am doing laundry in the hotel . . . Ahhhhh clean DRY clothes. Tomorrow I will check out Craters.of the Moon and route into Oregon or Washington based on weather.
Today was my most physically challenging but still ...
... slept to 9:30. I took a ride through some of the old mining towns that somebody at the hotel recommended. It was perfect . . . Well except the first 20 minutes. I was on the road no more than 5 minutes and the sky opened and soaked me. I went for cover under the roof of a gas station and put on my rain gear. Within 30 minutes the rain stopped and the sun baked me dry. I ...
... for a photo opportunity at a hot spring - and it was hot, then off again. Then the topography (!) flattened somewhat and we were into the forests. The roads were empty so we were making good time as we crossed into Montana.
Montana, as we found out, is one of the least densely populated states - and it showed - only a very few ranches to be seen, otherwise empty. It is called the 'big sky' state, and we could see why as we came to vast ...
... and an endless list of loud, vocalised noises. Horseback cliff climbing is a test on the nerves, both in the shorefootedness of the horse and in my ability to hear any local rattlesnakes before they can cause any damage! As it was, I didn't have the chance to test these skills (the rattlesnake spotting) although the numbers of pronging deer and racing jack rabbits I did encounter were more than enough to raise an enchanted smile.
On the ground cattle ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed