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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Stealing wifi from the visitor's center but no phone service still so sorry to everyone I told I would call. Staying at Bannack, which is an old ghost town they've turned into a park! Probably no service until Lima on Friday. Hope everyone is doing awesome and thanks if you're reading ...
Today is a day of rest between our two longest drive days. Dillon was about a third of the way down to Bryce Canyon. It also had a ghost town mom was interested in going to. So after a nice breakfast and a bit of relaxing mom and dad left and Tami and I stayed with the dogs at camp. Banack State park was about 26 miles down the road from Dillon.
This section is written by mom about Bannack State park:
Bannack state park is a well preserved old west town ...
... was once a gold mining boom town and
the territorial capital of Montana for a time.
It lasted as a town until around 1940 and today it is a ghost town that
is being preserved as a State Park.
They have an excellent short history pamphlet and guide to all the
buildings. Gold will make people do
some crazy things and the town had its’ share of ...
... after crossing the state line we also had our second Born Free sighting of the trip.
Our trek took us past old, crumbling walls and jagged fields of ancient lava flow. That particular sight always fascinates me. Towards the mountains we saw huge alluvial fans that had spread out into the valley below. At this point we were following the California Trail which is always an interesting historical note. As we crossed into the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, I think we were ...
... the attempts, well I was still learning and there was always a keen wingman there to help when the surprisingly speedy bovines evaded me. This type of riding in this stunning country has been my dream since before I can remember and the smile never left my face, even when it felt like my legs had been pulled from their sockets and I would never walk freely again after days on end in the saddle.
Work hard,play hard has never been a truer moniker as ...