Baymont Inn & Suites Helena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of snow. So, they head south. Maybe we will catch up with them in a couple of weeks when we are down that way.
Sunday was one of our favourite days of the entire trip. We were up early and drove three hours through Grand Teton National Park, before arriving at the gates of Yellowstone National Park. And … get this … it was ‘National Parks Day’ across the whole country so no need to pay the $25 entry fee! Sweet! We still got ...
... miles of interstate we will ride tomorrow, but since we skipped 8 miles the other day that leaves us four miles in ethical credit and we intend to cash in. The plan is to arrive early, head to a bike shop to replace eviscerated brake pads and worn chains, then eat and drink our own body weight before preparing for the next long stretch. Five days in the wilds with just one lunch time stop on day two! + Day 21. Tuesday 2nd September. Tunnel 9 to Butte. This might ...
... Mammoth Hot Springs, a beautiful village in the northern end of the park. Its hydrothermal features are beautiful and it houses the historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel built in the 1930s. We said good-by to Yellowstone through the North entrance and the Roosevelt Arch. On the other side of the Arch, Gardiner, Montana greeted us as the cutest old western town we have seen. Wooden sidewalks and lots of cowboy flavor. The road then lead us ...
The White Motor Company built 35 Red Busses for the Glacier Tour company between 1936 and 1939. Of these 35 busses, 34 remain in use today. They have an interesting story...they were taken off the road in 1999 when stress cracks were discovered in some of the frames and replaced with more modern tour busses. Repeat visitors, bus drivers and park employees continued to ask for ...
... always surrounded by tall pines and small mountains. A few had snow on the top, but most were green with trees and grass, and gray stone faces breaking the monotony. We drove into a lush green valley protected on all sides by hills and mountains, where farmers tilled the soil and grew various crops, one of which Steve identified as mustard, a sea of bright yellow blooms on dark green plants. And we saw ranches with cows and horses. And I wondered why I never see them both ...