Broken Spurs Motel
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Today was a travel day. We left Gros Ventre Campground and headed northwest to Montana. We camped at Missouri Headwaters State Park, a place rich with Native American history and the beginning of the Mighty Missouri. There was only one site left, but when we mentioned wanting electricity (we'd gone without for 5 nights), they gave us an empty host site. A true upgrade, as host sites are always larger, have hook-ups, and are ...
... splashing, and rock skipping. All in all we stayed for about three hours and thoroughly enjoyed this beautiful state park. There really aren't many pictures from this time because we do not have a waterproof camera! With a fond farewell we made definite plans to schedule our next trip west at a time when they can host us at the cabin... But all agreed this worked out pretty well! From Three Forks we drove to Livingston where we prepared for an early-morning exit to ...
... ghost town called Granite up in the hills, so we drove up this treacherous mountain road to the site. The remains of the mining town are about like they were when it was abandoned in the early part of the last century (give or take a few earthquakes and termites-;)
After a good nights rest at the ranch, Lynn dropped me at the airport and I took off for Wyoming. Actually I only got as far as Three Forks and had to land for ...
now the large valley where Helena resides.
I stopped at the Capital only long enough to get fuel and take a picture
of the Capital building before following the river. This section must have been a bit
frustrating for Lewis since he could see the Rocky Mountains but the river
headed Southeast for about 40 miles. The river is getting much smaller now and in some ...
We got to the hotel really late last night so we crashed this morning and didn't get on the road till almost noon. Getting out of Yellowstone last night was hard - there was always one more thing to see and one more unexpected sight to pull over for. I definitely want to go back. Leaving WY and Dianna's was even harder. Being part of her life, in her hometown, was wonderful. I regret we haven't done ...