Elkhorn Mountain Inn
- 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 ...
... about shopping here than Martin was. 3 hours later (3 hours of my life that I will never get back) we made it to the check out line with a dog water bowl, 20 half price fishing flies, a bottle of gink & a photocopied 'build your own' chicken coop brochure $36 Cha-Ching! Homeward bound we stopped in Costco & bought a pizza for tea, now sitting in bed drinking beer, what a classy ...
... had high hopes...unfortunately the staff were very unhelpful & quite disinterested We drove through town to the 'Worlds Best Mining Town' according to whom, we aren't quite sure. In fact it was a bit **** & a big disappointment. Onwards & upwards, next stop was Pork Chop Johns! A delicious combination of fried pork chop, mustard, onions & pickles all squished into a soft white bun ❤️ This local ...
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 ...