Fairfield Inn Great Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... events and everyday life in the west. His work was noted for the frequency with which he portrayed well-known events from the point of view of Native American people instead of the non-Native viewpoint. He was noted for a keen eye on the social undercurrents of society and the meticulous authenticity with which he portrayed the clothing and equipment of both cowboys and Native people. We were unable to take any pictures in the ...
... The speed limit drops in Montana to 75 mph (120) and it feels like we are crawling. We watch as the temperatures fluctuate along the way. It briefly gets to 21 but gets as low as 9 when we drive through a dark and blustery rain storm. The sky is black and there is lightening in the distance. Thankfully it only lasts a short time. When we stop at a rest stop not too far outside of Butte, Montana the temperature is only 15 degrees and it ...
... of water appearing out of the ground, fresh every day. Also saw Great Falls - not especially Great, but I'm sure they were pretty awe and fear-inspring when Lewis & Clark came upon them on their trek North!
Spent quite a bit of time at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center - it was so very well done - very interesting, and I have TONS AND TONS of pictures to post, if only we can ever sit still with a decent signal!
... room that didn't appeal. We thought that we would ride to Browning another little town not too far away with the idea of finding lodgings and then backtracking the next day to do the glacier national park but once again we were unlucky and unable to find anything. Met a nice guy in Browning who suggested we ride onto a smaller town called Valier. The motel there had one stinky flea bitten room left that we could not bear to stay in so we ...
... in taking photos because the camera can't possibly do justice to what we are seeing. We keep thinking about the native Americans who originally lived on this land, and the settlers who came after, and we can understand why both groups would want to be here. It is harsh, hard, unforgiving, and gorgeous, and we can only wonder at the fortitude and determination of the people who came here before us.
We have also been going through Lewis and ...