Helena Comfort Inn
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As any of you Helena folks know, or anyone from the Northern Tier States, for that matter, winter has been interesting, to say the least. We've been hoping to get back to Post Falls, Idaho to pick up Fiona, but to no avail. We've been stuck in Helena. Fortunately, both of us do enjoy the snow, seriously...
We've had a bit ...
... government actually promoted the killing of the animals so as to stop the Plains Indians the nomadic way of life. August 14 Today we left Great Falls and drove over route 200 to Missoula, Montana. This road is pretty desolate as it cuts through National forests, however the scenery was amazing and indeed coupled with the northern plains we saw yesterday one could see how frustrated L&C could be as they crossed the Rocky Mountains, it is one mountain after another. We crossed the ...
We arrived safely at Fort William Henry Harrison just a few miles from downtown Helena, the state's capital. We stayed 9 days in the FamCamp on post. We were pleasantly surprised to see deer with their fawns strolling freely throughout the grounds. We stopped the car within feet of a deer that was grazing. It looked up at us and continued to with what it had been doing. How cool is that??
The post is now home to the Montana National Guard's Joint Forces ...
Stopped in Helena, MT planning on staying 3 days to go fishing, dig for sapphires, golf, whatever. When we hooked up at the RV park, Jim noticed fluid spraying out of the right rear jack. Then it just trickled down the side. We put in a call to Winnebago, were told we had a jack failure. The gentleman I spoke with said he would coordinate getting a jack from PowerGear, the company that manufactured them (Winnebago had none in stock), would try to find ...
... some of the customers as to whether Oasis were from Ireland or Manchester ! Quite good not having to think about the bike for a day or two.
Leaving on route 93 the next day we spent all morning cruising and taking photos through the Icefield Parkway which is all inside the national park. Awesome scenery – especially the Columbia icefields and the Athabasca Glacier. Overnight stop in Radium Hot springs was our best accomodation yet. A ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed