Comfort Inn Dillon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to the height. With the exceptions of medicine and electricity, the natural world reigns supreme in my view; at least once in your life take an extended vacation. I took to concentrating on these things as we dumped the gray and black water tanks, which had nearly filled to bursting. I’ve found that most anything that can pop into my mind is better than thinking about that; unless of course the hose flies off and you begin the seductive black water tank dance. If ...
Stealing wifi from the visitor's center but no phone service still so sorry to everyone I told I would call. Staying at Bannack, which is an old ghost town they've turned into a park! Probably no service until Lima on Friday. Hope everyone is doing awesome and thanks if you're reading ...
... governor's mansion. There were also homes of the bootlegger, the miners, the minister, and the school teacher. It all has been fairly well maintained even after a flood in 2013 nearly washed it all away. It is a very interesting historical site, we thoroughly enjoyed visiting it. After mom and dad got back we did some laundry. We let Luna wade in the stream that ran through the park and watched some TV. It was a nice relaxing day and a pleasant ...
... was once a gold mining boom town and
the territorial capital of Montana for a time.
It lasted as a town until around 1940 and today it is a ghost town that
is being preserved as a State Park.
They have an excellent short history pamphlet and guide to all the
buildings. Gold will make people do
some crazy things and the town had its’ share of ...
... to see a great deal of prosperity which is usually NOT the case it seems on Indian lands. This reservation is home to the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. There were golden fields of grain being harvested with large combines with eight or ten large trucks lined up alongside the fields waiting to be filled by the passing combines. After crossing the Snake River, we once again passed large lava fields in a VERY wide valley.
Stopping a little below Idaho Falls for fuel we paid ...