Broken Spurs Motel

Address: Hwy 2/P.O. Box 1009, Three Forks, Montana, 59752, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hwy 2/P.O. Box 1009, Three Forks, is near Missouri Headwaters State Park and Headwaters Public Golf Course.
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      Family, Friends, Critters & Fireworks!

      A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Jul 03, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      7-3-14 – Thursday – Miles City, MT to Three Forks, MT

      Huge old cottonwood trees filled the Miles City KOA campground and their cotton seeds filled the air so that it looking like it was snowing. We saw our first snow capped mountains nearing Big Timber, MT on I-90. Just by chance, we witnessed our odometer turn over to 40,000 miles. This momentous event happened near Wineglass, MT. Cheers!

      And a flat tire

      A travel blog entry by mikenda on Jun 03, 2014

      9 photos

      ... zero! We stopped for gas just outside of Helena, Mt. and asked if they had an air pump. Sure, but it would be next to impossible to get our rig up to it. A fellow gasoline patron chimed in and told Mike about a place called Al Chaffee Tires.
      It was in the middle of a neighborhood, and down a gravel drive, but boy were they busy! They checked everything and found that ...

      Castlegar to Kalispell

      A travel blog entry by landladventures on Sep 11, 2013

      ... chicken strips, boneless spicy chicken wings, and onion straws, with lots of sauce. Louis had the Devil's spit burger and I had ribs and chicken, which came with corn on the cob, barbecued pineapple, and cornbread. Delicious but far too much food. Because of the wait we got the sample platter for free, so we got the whole meal for ...

      Poopoo occurs

      A travel blog entry by pete11 on Jun 03, 2013

      1 photo

      ... myself at the mercy of good samaritans, which fortunately still exist in this world. The first car I flagged down was an older couple, he in a bow-tie with a kindly preacher look. Unfortunately the back seat was full of grand kids, but they were kind enough to take my roadside info and drive up the road to call for help. Five minutes later they were back having found out that coverage wouldn't be available for miles in the direction they were headed, but they were willing to drive back ...

      Shorty Lives

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 03, 2013

      4 comments, 3 photos

      After a nice breakfast and coffee in the coach with Kelsie and Jackson, we reluctantly headed out to Bozeman. I'll admit that I'm more than thrilled to hear that little guy keep saying "Uncle Ralphie, Uncle Ralphie", over and over again like some sort of mantra. I love it! He's a blessing for both of us and all who know him, I'm sure.

      Highway 41 from Dillon is a calm, scenic and beautiful drive. We saw ...