Cowboy Up Montana Roadhouse Dinner & Bed
Travel Blogs from Saint Regis
... patiently and them trudge on. As we traveled, the altitude decreased along the Clark Fork River and the weather got hotter. We stopped in Plains to pick up a couple of quiches (what do I know) for hosts. It wasn't a simple chore, since finding a parking place for Fiona in a small town is a bit of a challenge, but Ol' Eagle Eye, Sister Mary Mean-a-Lot aka Lynn, spotted a perfect spot. It turned out to be less than a block away from our pickup point.
... climbing weeks before. Justin's mom made the decision to keep her young son alive and care for him his whole life. She told me this story today because he can't talk, he also has trouble with basic motor skills and she cares for him 24/7. But this past week Justin partook in the special Olympics where he won a silver medal as well as a 4th place finish. These two men are a reminder of how lucky myself and the vast majority of ...
... dollars. I recalled this from almost four years ago when we travelled to Yellowstone. We had stopped then even if Denis couldn't recall it. The signs had indicated something of no interest to us last time - free RV park. When we got there not only was there a place to park the RV free, complete with fire ring and picnic table, but it had power outlets. Fine by us. Two days in a row boondocking. ...
... incline) on an old railway line, quite nice scenery and very popular. Started the trail with a 2 km tunnel, very cold in there and my hands were like ice. A few other tunnels to go through too, but not as long. We went over a few old train bridges too.
Home for lunch and small nap, then we went white water rafting. Our trip down the ...
... Motel. I
think I remember this scene from a Chevy Chase National Lampoons Vacation movie. The concierge at the front desk had one solid
eye and another looking in a totally different direction. Choosing an eye to
look at was awkward, but I was able to rent a cabin which was in the back of
the motel property. The cabin looked exactly as one would imagine, a small
kitchen, rickety bed, and a ceiling fan with two of the four blades ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed