Jorgenson's Inn & Suites
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... attached to a nearby hotel. It was fine - a nice dining room and good breakfast, Afterward, we took a drive around downtown Helena. Much of the city is new construction but we did find some older homes and both the capitol and Catholic cathedral were beautiful. Our hike was set to be in Refrigerator Canyon, an idea we got from a touim brochure, but the road goin out there was one lane and in poor condition, so we turned around and went back, thinking we had to be in the wrong place. ...
... August 9th. The village occupants scattered but the native warriors regrouped and counterattacked driving the troops back and surrounding them siege-like until the next day. The warriors also capture a single mountain howitzer dragged up to the site. On August 10th, the Nez Perce withdrew, and continued eastward and northward in Montana. The casualties were significant on both sides but there was more fighting in what is now know as the Nez Perce War of 1877. After arriving ...
... of the photos edited and put up on Flickr.com. It would be nice if you'd stop by and check them out. A few comments would be unusual, but appreciated. Here's the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
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... high levels of blood sugar, we left the campsite, recognising its similarities with both Fontainbleau and The Peak Gritstone Edges. We chatted about the geological processes which created such a landscape as we cruised up the first couple of miles climbing. We then turned right towards Lava Mountain; a mildly ominous name. The map described the following climb as 'steep and rocky', and sure enough we had to dismount soon because the trail was unrideable. But ...
We'll be heading out tomorrow for our annual summer trip west to see our nephew, niece and grand niece. Then on to visit others and ultimately end up at the mouth of the Columbia River. Here Lynn catches fish... We like that.
With Fiona now fixed and raring to go, we expect an easy and peaceful journey with just enough adventure ...