BEST WESTERN PREMIER Helena Great Northern Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... anyone waving at me either. So, I decided that I had to find out. Julie kept a running tally for the whole week of all of the RVs that I waved at and how many waved back at me. 5 from 27 was the final result. And for people in Cruise America RVs (with the same stupid pictures on the side of the vehicle) it was a bit better, as I went 4 from 9. Clearly, the people in the RVing community out there have not read this book. I found the people who owned the ...
... the highway onto an 'unmaintained cattle track'. At this point in the narrative you need to insert at least one expletive into every phrase to recreate our experience. There was a ridiculously strong headwind (Matt's favourite). The track was sandy and flooded in places so we had to push our bikes up onto the bank, then it climbed viciously steeply only to drop straight back down again. We passed various points of historical interest; old mines along with the ...
... look kinda rough. We rode along the little Gardner River, spotted a herd of bison, and had fun picking out the few fir trees in the mostly spruce forests. Do you know the difference in these two? We saw a herd of big horn sheep and the most beautiful lakes with the mountains reflecting in them. About 3 hours into the drive, we ran into road construction and there was only one lane of traffic. They said the wait would be about 15-20 ...
... had Joe and Mel, Lynn's cousin Bonnie and Michael, our nephew over for an early St. Paddy's Day dinner. It was a lot of fun with good ol' corned beef and cabbage topped off with homemade Lemon Meringue Pie for desert. It's good to get and early start for such an auspicious occasion...
On Wednesday, we'll head out over the mountain to Idaho and go to Blue Dog RV for a walk-through of Fiona. We miss ...
The ride into Montana through Sandpoint, Idaho and along the Cabinets to Libby is as beautiful as any of the last 16,000 miles. Montana is an incredible place - a postcard shot around every corner. We would inevitably be asked, " what was your favorite place? " Montana is hard to beat.
We knew we were home about 40 miles out ...