Best Western Paradise Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bedded in what sounds like a percussive tape-loop of clattering goes the train around the turn, whistling as we pull up the steep hill climb to push on to Dillon, Montana for a week's stay. Lines, contours and shapes all around; I keep thinking about how the cities are vertically structured and the country is mostly horizontal - that is, until you find a mountain. Nothing in a city can loom so high, no skyscraper fitted with a crane could ...
... twenty five historic buildings. In the day, it was a booming gold rush town of about 3000 people looking for gold in grasshopper creek and the surrounding hills. The buildings range from the Hotel Meade to a couple of merchantiles, and the Methodist church. There was, of course, the saloon and the jail, from which you could see the gallows. There was the doctor's office and home, a schoolhouse which also held the Masonic lodge, and the site of the first ...
large battle was fought between the US Army and the Nez Perce as a large group
of Nez Perce tried to flee to Canada rather than move to a new reservation
established without their approval.
The battle site is well preserved and the visitor center has a nice film
documenting the battle. I continued
south from Wisdom to stay at Bannack State ...
... the "Big Sky Country". Such beautiful terrain... Real ranches, with high plains and healthy livestock. So we stopped at Great Falls on the Missouri River ( Lewis and Clark territory again....!) Great Falls is called "Electric City" because of the power generated by the Falls there. We had a few things to fix on the camper while there. One of the clips that holds down our pop up section just gave up, and we were flagged down en-route by a trucker ...
... rocky mountain desert was the next challenge and many hours were spent climbing shale hills and descending into dusty gullies to search for the strangely allusive beasts (given their quite vast size up close)! All the time one had to lend an ear or two to listen out for the tell tale low rattle of the hill's other, less friendly inhabitants. Climbing to the peaks of this very peaceful desert, aboard the most powerful, sure footed mare I have ever ridden, you ...