BEST WESTERN PLUS Heritage Inn
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Very nice but stoopid water won't get hot....
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Mostly a travel day through Montana as we only had one sight seeing location picked out. Very pretty ride through back roads of Wyoming and Montana. Although we did 480 miles, less than 50 on the interstate Highways. The back roads have 65 or 70 (sometimes 75) MPH speed limits. Lots of ranches and a few small towns.
... as though he had just fired his gun and killed a buffalo to eat, was admiring his kill when a grizzly started to chase him. His gun was not loaded (that took some time, as this was demonstrated in the interpretive museum in Washburn). He ended up running into the water and by some miracle the grizzly wondered off, leaving him alone.
June 4th - Travel to fort Peck, MT stayed at the Downstream Campground. Our optional ...
... gear. Needless to say it was a GREAT descent! About two miles before Lincoln they are widening the highway so we were all riding on gravel. When I reached town there was only one place to camp.....The Wild West RV Park. This was the first no-host park I've ever been in. I tried to find anyone to give money to but the office was locked and no one was to be found. Very strange, but nice ...
... the overlook. It was quite a sight. We went through the Little Belt Mountains and took some video with the camera that is mounted on the bike. We ended up a little past Great Falls. We are staying in Choteau, MT. Not much here, and kind of out of the way. Tomorrow we venture on to Glacier National Park. ...
... In fact today we paralleled the Missouri River, and of course here in Great Falls they had a major setback. We could never appreciate that until we saw the river and surrounding landscape, imagining the 5 sets of falls they had to detour around, which took most of a month. Speaking of fortitude and determination.
On our way here we drove through Billings, MT, and stopped at the Museum of the Rockies, which was a pleasant surprise. They have an ...