Baymont Inn & Suites Helena
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Big Wood River to the Galena Pass. The Boulder Mountains were to the right, the valley was lush and we thought broad. After passing over 8,800 feet, we reach a really broad valley, which is at the head of the Salmon River. The overlook, named for Bethine and Frank Church, in recognition of their work to preserve the Sawtooth Recreation Area, provided a grand view. A line of 10,000 plus mountains stood in front of us across the valley floor. Down we went, reaching the ...
Saturday 20th June
My itching arm is driving me crazy but at least the Antibiotics have started to kick in the swelling has gone and it is not as red although it's still hot to touch. Don't like the steroids they make me all jittery. Had a boring day sitting around doing bugger all. Marcia went for a ride on a tour bus in the afternoon and also had a walk around a museum. Sunday 21st June
A good ride to Missoula today went the long way ...
... crossing around noon and had about six cars in front of us. We were selected for an agricultural inspection and were asked to pull over into a parking area. A very nice gentleman came out and asked what type of food we had on board. He purposefully directed his questions to me and said that he could tell from our ages that I had probably done the food packing. I told him that ...
... to visit and overnight at Lynn's Aunt Edna's. The whole fam damily turned out, so we had an open house of sorts. At one point, there were eight folks sipping wine with two of us on a lighter beverage.
Dinner for six of us followed and then the serious discussion started. From church to politics of various natures pretty much made the evening somewhat interesting, or at least made the evening.
We got back ...
... could pitch the tent. On seeing a fluorescent yellow homemade sign reading "Party Ahead", we turned around and pitched the tent at the next clearing, and tried to stay hidden from the road. Fun Police Badge out. + Day 19. Sunday 31st August. Helena National Forest to Park Lake. Riding from our wild camp in Helena National forest to Park Lake Campsite was always going to be a tough day with two continental divide crossings. The first was a murderously steep climb of ...