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- Swimming pool
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... route 2 which traverses the northern states. It is called the Hi-Line through northern Montana . Following the railroad through 3 Indian reservations and a few small towns. Lots of history up here. You look over the land and you realize what a courageous group of people the early settlers were and still are. The news is so simple here. They talk about Fairs and Rodeos and local ...
... mountains always in the distance. As we turned north on US-287N the mountains got a little closer, and except for the temperature differences as you either went up or down in elevation, the ride was smooth and peaceful. When we turned west on MT-2W, we started the climb to the cave.
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park is a lovely park, with the main attraction being the caverns. Since we were non-residents, we had to pay the $4 entry fee to enter ...
... scenery here in Great Fall, MT is beautiful. Tomorrow we head to Helena, MT - Lincoln Road RV Park.
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3) How many months were the Corp of Discovery gone form St. Louis and approx. total miles covered?
4) In what city did Captain Lewis receive scientific training ?
Thanks for reading !! This country has some awesome scenery and is so rich in history !!!
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... arrives at my house around 7:45. I have been sitting outside for about 15 minutes, but I don’t mind as it is a lovely morning; bright and sunshiny. She pulls up and my bags are at the end of the drive so she opens the hatch and we start putting stuff in. Suitcases and computer in the back; purse, ladybug bag, snacks and water in the middle behind us.
I get into the car and we fight with the seatbelt. I knew that this was going to be a ...
... of water appearing out of the ground, fresh every day. Also saw Great Falls - not especially Great, but I'm sure they were pretty awe and fear-inspring when Lewis & Clark came upon them on their trek North!
Spent quite a bit of time at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center - it was so very well done - very interesting, and I have TONS AND TONS of pictures to post, if only we can ever sit still with a decent signal!