Motel 6 Dillon
Travel Blogs from Dillon
... at this point the Nez Perce Trail as we went into the Targhee National Forest. Our elevation at this point was over 6,000 feet. Entering Montana at 2:15, we also crossed the Continental Divide once again at an elevation of 6,870 feet and a temperature of 81 degrees. For you history buffs of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, we were now traveling in the footsteps of Sacajawea as we were close to the place that she recognized called Beaverhead. She was probably able to save the Lewis and ...
... on a hill overlooking a lake that seemed to be a reservoir. After our supper we walked down to the water and Jon and I had a swim. Unfortunately, when we got back to our campsite we discovered that our fridge wasn't working. We messed around trying to figure out what was wrong but gave up at 11:00 pm and put our perishables on Joanne's fridge. We'll have to stop tomorrow and try to get it ...
... of town.
It's a nice scenic park.
While exploring we found this cute headstone:
The tombstone says: Here lies Les Mor
Shot 4 times with a colt 44
They also have cabins ...
... what the fair is going on so today we are going to check it out. Should be fun. Love small country fairs! So if anyone is coming through Dillon this is the place to stop for the night! Very smoky all the way though Montana. By the way this RV park even has a clothes line you can us if you don't want to use dryers!
... itineraries and hockey.
The ride from the park over the plains was fun as there were no other vehicles on the road, you can see for miles, and the speed limit was 70.
Routes: 75 east / 93 north / 43 east / 278 east
Towns: Stanley / Challis / Salmon / Wisdom / Dillon