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Saturday, we spent the day driving from Banff back to Helena. On our way, we were able to stop by Gord and Annie's home in Calgary one more time. We enjoyed a nice lunch of hamburgers on the grill on their deck, and just some nice quiet time to visit with them. Again, we said our good-byes, and bid adieu to Canada.
We crossed the border …
... feet of the white stuff in our yard, by my rough measurement. I had cataract surgery on the eighteenth of February, so Lynn did a lot of the "snow relocation", as it were. I was released last Wednesday, so we both were involved over the last few days.
I took a video of the back yard to give you an idea of how it looks. ...
... and we crossed the continental divide. We stopped at what was supposed to be the upper Blackfoot museum but was a one stop " tourist trading post" all of the " museum" items were on shelves with no description and you could barely see them. Another failure was the stop at the Brand Bar museum, in the tiny 4 -6 six shop town square of Ovando. According to our master guide book by Kira Gale the key was at the Blackfoot Inn and the museum is always open, well our guide is from about ...
... Troop Command, 208th Regional Training Institute and 1049th Firefighters, as well as a Naval Reserve training facility and VA Hospital.
The downtown area of Helena is not unlike the other towns we have visited in Montana; the city takes full advantage of the summer months and keeps the town engaged with activities.
Gold was discovered in Last Chance Gulch (now Helena's Main Street Walking Mall) in 1864 by "Four Georgians." Helena was their ...
... bikes right outside and a view of the mountains from the deck. Sunshine and 28C too so quickly dried out and repacked the tents which were still soaked from Stewart. Feeling good before crossing into Montana !
The morning was a quick run along the Kootenay valley and a quick fill up with fuel and spend the last of our Canadian currency. Smarties, Tortilla chips and orange juice fully stocked up the crossing into the US took about 10 seconds ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn Helena
We love Marriotts, and are never disappointed. The Fairfield in Helena was clean, comfortable, and affordable. We had to leave early to catch a plane before breakfast was served, but were still able to grab some muffins, fruit and coffee for the road.
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