Baymont Inn & Suites Helena
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... to begin with). We camped at Arrow Lake, with mountains all around and the sound of a cascading waterfall nearby. I was happy to get by without any bear encounters (my anxiety level was quite high when we were hiking out before sunrise).
Day 51: Camped on Seeley Lake, played frisbee on the beach and made dutch oven pizza for dinner.
Day 52-53: Hanging out with our good friend Matt in Helena! His mom is super sweet and is letting us stay at their house!
... road, we back track and soon find the hotel... Thank god! I need a dip in the pool! We check in and as our routine dictates, we take the cars to remove the dust, bugs ... and this time in my front grill the makings of a hay field! Passed a few hay and straw haulers... In case you were wondering :)
Cars are clean, Jim has a work emergency to handle.... and I have a pool calling my name! Oh ya! Cool water and all to myself! 6pm for ...
After a cool night's sleep, we got out of Post Falls about ten AM. Fiona was fixed, a bit, by the dealership, so we were confident. The road was better than anticipated, but the wet spots did succeed in giving the new ride a light coat of salt of some sort. We stopped again at the Rest Area on the Montana side of Lookout Pass for lunch. It felt strange to be in a new home and stranger yet to realize that it is ours.
After lunch, I mentioned to ...
I am sorry in advance, but our experience in Montana cannot accurately be summed up on this blog. We had daily coffee and formed friendships with the locals. All i can say is
- Elena and the insulting of a preteen crew
- gold mining
- Deer warning
This is one where you would just have to have been there. Sorry guys!
Until Next time
M and E
... direction and we stopped to allow them to pass. We actually saw private ranches and some of their vehicles on the road but these were all on the Montana side where the grade was much gentler and the speed limit increased, but our car was really not the right vehicle to go more then 10mph which was the average speed on the25 mile stretch. We then took Montana 324 across the Clark reservoir to 15 north to Dillon. We went up to Clark point in Dillon where William Clark took ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed