Elkhorn Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with the usual green salad. Photos are at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/. We had a great time. The "Kids" left soon after dark. We did some reading and had a very restful night's sleep.
In the morning, I texted our friend Sus' and invited them out for a visit and viewing of Pearl. They came out around noontime, so we went to O'Reilly's Tavern for lunch.
After a nice visit, they headed back to their home in the ...
... certainly the steepest rideable track we've been on. The map describes the terrain as 'interesting', Nadine chose several different words to describe it during lunch! Not long after, we crossed the Continental Divide and began our descent on the Eastern side. There was another rapid change of scenery, much greener and more lush. Towards the end of the day we were just hanging on for the Helena National Forest sign - the signal that we were on public land again ...
... we get back to Missoula late night tomorrow. Currently we are on route 12 east headed towards Helena. We will be going through McDonalds pass soon. I don't see any mountains though, just rolling hills. It was cloudy when we left Missoula but it's sunny now. Rosie has already peed on her blanket. What else is ...
... cheap labor to ensure the proper safety rails & steps were built then named the caves after Lewis & Clark to encourage the people to visit! Feeling slightly cheated & bloody hot (28 degrees today) we turned north & headed for Helena once again. Dinner tonight was at the Grub Stake on Lincoln Road - the food & ambiance was fantastic & our server, Marnie, forced me to order Turtle ...
... 15kms & 6 hours after we left our hotel room, we dragged our achey legs up a flight of stairs & entered our room once again! A quick rest before we grabbed the truck keys & took of in a search of a fishing superstore We drove back to our hotel & walked across the road to the Overland Express for dinner. We had a great dinner & a couple of beers & are now planning our day tomorrow ...