BEST WESTERN PREMIER Helena Great Northern Hotel
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We knew we would like it here, however, we will continue our trip rather than buy a house in Montana.
Day 43: Highly successful stop in Dillion, MT at the Patagonia outlet on the way to Missoula.
Day 44-45: Explored Missoula (Adventure Cycling Association, breweries, and a Smokejumper Museum, running, swimming, and a coffee date).
Day 46: Arrived in Glacier National Park
Day 47: My birthday was just amazing! Kurt let me sleep in several extra hours ...
... it had gas for the cars and a restroom to pee in. Enough said about Dell.
Back on the road and back up to cruising speed. Couple more hours and we are rolling into Idaho Falls and looking for a spot to eat. We drive by all the usual spots, McD's, Burger King, etc etc etc... but we want something new.
We are just about to run out of town and buildings when I spot a sign on the side of an ice cream shop, which says "Homemade ...
... The land was really flat just like Saskatchewan but we passed through a few really nice ravines and canyons. As we were cruising at about 120km/ph an extremely loud squealing noise, smoke and smell was coming from the engine so we quickly pulled over to find the air conditioning belt was slipping. I tightened it up and we carried onto the next town to get some anti slip spray. The shop didn't have any but I did find the belt had ...
... and is back in Helena as I write this. I drove the last leg from Garrison on in, since Lynn isn't crazy about the two lane action.
The weather took a tricky turn on Friday afternoon and hit us with a wee bit of snow again. By Saturday morn, we've acquired about three inches of the glorious stuff. I'm a fan of winter, having been raised in Butte and spent many years on the "slopes" and XC trails and enjoyed it.
We got the driveway cleared ...
... plan to keep our satellite phone on just in case, hopefully I will not make a call or need it. August 18 Today mark wants to go to Lemhi pass and take montana324, I am a little Leary of this route hopefully I will be writing nice things when we return. The Lemhi pass road was gravel and narrow, but apparently it has been"improved" since the bi centenial of Lewis and Clark,in that the grade was not more than 8-10%25 The road on the Idaho side was much worse, but that may because the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service