Cowboy Up Montana Roadhouse Dinner & Bed
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We are back in Montana now, staying at Slowway USFS campground, located between I-90 and the BNSF railroad tracks. There's a train every hour or so which checks it's horn five times at the nearby crossing. It's a pre-requisite for a campground, I reckon.
We started this trip on the eleventh of last month. We've seen a lot of country ...
... s parents, as well as lots of the friends from our younger family members. One of our most favorite favorites was Todd, a friend of Quinn, our nephew. He has a fine sense of humor and is a kind and loving guy, plus a bit crazy. Our kinda guy...
Our Irish cousins, Mary and John joined in the celebration. They too are among our favorite travelers.
Today we greeted the morn in a late fashion and enjoyed the lawn chairs under the ...
... 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 ...
... there flat board store fronts, saloons, horse hitches and dusty side streets; it was straight out of the old west period! We snap some photos, and find an old gold mine but don't stay long , because man are we hungry. Next thing we know we're driving through the more unfortunate parts of Montana; estate ranches turn to houses, houses to trailers and trailers to barely standing shacks. It was something to see and eye-opening at best, but yet ...