Elkhorn Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a boater or outdoors person. The Bluebeard Inn was lovely, the lake was warm enough to swim in which we did, and then we packed up and moved on. Bear Lake itself is beautiful and large, 7 miles wide and 18 miles long
Leaving Bear Lake we had a short drive to Teton Village in Jackson Hole where we joined our friends Al and Gail for five days. More on that in my next posting.
Regards to all,
... our RV Park in Helena, I immediately went to work. Why didn't I cash in on my extended warrantee benefits that I have paid for and call a repair facility? Because, I have concluded that most all RV repair technicians are ill-trained, ill-equipped and do not have adequate experience. If you want a job done right, do it yourself. This combined with the limited time available to perform the repair drove me under the RV.
I dropped the belly ...
... had a good business there and then, one day, sold it all, packed up, and moved back to the family house in Elkhorn. He told me a lot about the town and gave me some core samples and some ore pieces.
One of the saddest periods for the town was the diphtheria epidemic in 1889/1890 that claimed the lives of many women and children. The old town cemetery on the hill, still active, has many headstones bearing witness to the ...
... We love to hike! I took a few photos of the area which I will put up on Flickr later today.
Our next trip will be to Great Falls and then up to Raynesford, Montana enroute to a week or so camping around Lewistown.
It's good to have you back again...
Oh, I also added some new moon and moose photos from last month at the lake, plus some animal shots from the Last Chance Fair for you to check out...
... passed him/her by within about 60 feet. I was able to get a photo, which I will attach sometime to this blog. The trail continues upward gradually to the falls through fir forest. The falls are several sequential, vertical drops of 10, 50 and ~20 feet drops. The view is somewhat obscured by trees, but the top is a nice rest stop of flat open rock next to the stream. A short distance from the falls, the trails branches. One branch goes to Iceberg Lake; the other goes ...