Jorgenson's Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... Final over the weekend. We paid $20 to watch online, but with the wifi being pretty average, we managed to catch the first behind, Josh Gibson pushing Buddy over, one bit of play on the wing and the whole Grand Final Sprint. In all, we paid about $4 per minute. Probably could’ve saved my cash by the look of the final scoreboard.
That’s a wrap for another week. This week we head west to Montana, Idaho, Washington (more volcanoes!) and Oregon. ...
Our first stop in the capital of Montana was of course the capital building itself. The building, constructed of Montana sandstone and granite, is in Greek neoclassical architectural style, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed between 1896 and 1902 with wing-annexes added between 1909 and 1912. The most notable feature inside the center of the Capitol building is the massive rotunda, with four circular ...
So today we leave the city of Helena to continue on to our next stop on the way to Rome. After a couple flights, will shall arrive in LA this evening. There will be a few days in LA visiting family and friends, then we will have only a short stop in Denmark before our final ...
Some of you might already know, but just to clear up any doubts, we are staying home for this winter. We honestly miss the snow and such, especially at our place at the lake. I've been concerned about Shorty's "health," so to speak. I've ordered and received a new windshield wiper motor and a new heat control for the dash heater. Things will be better with these thing installed and I'll feel more confident in ...
The White Motor Company built 35 Red Busses for the Glacier Tour company between 1936 and 1939. Of these 35 busses, 34 remain in use today. They have an interesting story...they were taken off the road in 1999 when stress cracks were discovered in some of the frames and replaced with more modern tour busses. Repeat visitors, bus drivers and park employees continued to ask for ...