BEST WESTERN PREMIER Helena Great Northern Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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We crossed the border around 10AM. No hassles, no questions about pets which was of some concern but it all went smooth. It is good to be back in the lower 48! I have never visited Montana so I am excited to see some of the territory. Early on it looks like Alberta of course but before long we start seeing some hills. There are great expanses of fields of wheat and canola like there was in Alberta. ...
... new can run about $1 Million. His was well used with a resale value is about $750K. He is towing a top of the line Hummer with Rino Bars, Floodlight bar on the roof, etc. Everything was painted to match. This guy is a retired entrepreneur from New York who launched and then sold his own business. He informed us that he ditched wife number 3 (Casey has a theory on that) and has been Full Time RVing for about 8 years now – all alone – ...
... tea. You can take the Brits out of Britain....!
Laura's house was beautiful and very homely. Later in the evening she and her boyfriend Chris came home and they were great. It really felt like we were staying with friends not complete strangers. They admitted that Laura had only just put her room on AirB&B that week and we were their very first guests.
Well Laura, we really hope it wasn't so bad and that we haven't put you off doing it again!
... pass, stopping at the Chief Joseph national historic site (not much more than an overlook, but it's not hard to imagine more). We continued on to Wisdom, a tiny town. We were surprised to see a platform as we entered town, topped by a nest with three ospreys! We saw two more platforms (and more ospreys) as we drove. We continued on through the National Forest, stopping at a fishing access ...
... The drive to Burns was easy, made so by a great audio book. We listened to Going Solo, by Roald Dahl, as recommended by Varis. The story covers his time in East Africa working for Shell Oil and then as an enlisted RAF fighter pilot in Egypt and Greece. He was dropped into the deep end and was lucky to learn the ways to stay alive. His first experience was flying a Gladiator airplane to Libya to join his squadron, never finding them, and ultimately crash landed in ...