Holiday Inn Helena
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... We had heard that the bar stools were saddles and you sit at the bar as if you were on your horse. Guess what? It was true! Shame about the beer though - we didn't really like it.
Whilst we were waiting for our table in the restaurant to be ready, we wandered around the town for a bit soaking up the atmosphere. This place is really designed for tourists and in the winter becomes a fabulous ski resort too. We'd love to see it covered in snow. We ...
When I reached the town of Kalispell, MT, I turned south onto HWY. 83, a scenic highway running through the foothills to the Rockies. This is a very forested area and not much in terms of farmland. The further south I rode the more the valleys opened up wider and the trees became scarcer and further from the highway, replaced by large cattle ranges and what appeared to be land of very poor soil quality as there ...
... of isolated up in a booth. This rodeo also included steer wrestling which most of the others have not had. It was ‘Dare to Wear Pink’ night honoring cancer survivors and they had a mounted tribute of female riders holding pink flags. Each rider either was a cancer survivor or had a personal connection, family or friend, with someone affected by cancer. These girls and ladies were riding at a full out gallop and ended up looping ...
... of several battles between the wandering Nez Perce Tribe and the U.S. Calvary in 1877. The Nez Perce made an 1,170 mile trek herding over 2,000 horses in an attempt to elude being confined to a reservation in central Idaho. They traveled over the Bitteroot Mountains and though they were safe at Big Hole Valley, re- establishing a village of tepees at a former camping site. The Calvary scouts found them and a garrison of 163 Calvary and volunteers attacked early on the ...
... a few photos as we travel, as usual. The Blog will flow too as we see new and even old interesting things that might be of interest. If you'd like to see the new motorhome, let me know and I'd be glad to do a walk-through with you.
In the meantime, thanks for checking in...Peace.