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Short story, we went through 4 "soiled" comforters and still could not get a clean one so we left.
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... at Giant Springs State Park.
There is a natural spring here that bubbles up in a large pool next to
the Missouri. It then travels 210 feet
in the Roe river which makes it one of the shortest rivers in the world. The water is crystal clear and appears dark
blue. Lewis marveled at the springs and said they
were the largest he had ever seen.
However, Lewis and Clark were much more impressed by ...
... one last time in Helena and this will do We amuse ourselves with conversation, goofiness and listening to the music on Heidi’s phone. I enjoy the Blake Shelton album the most and it such appropriate music when driving through Montana. The road that stretches from Butte to Great Falls is the most picturesque and the scenery seems even more spectacular than when we went the opposite way. Luckily the sky is much sunnier and even the ...
... We then head back to the bicycle shop and Don takes us upstairs to their living quarters above the bicycle shop, that are in the process of being renovated. It is a beautiful space with a lot of exposed brick. I hope we can visit them again when the project is complete because I think it is going to be something spectacular! Back in the shop, Don brews us a nice pot of coffee and Heidi fixes us a couple of to-go cups. We have to get going as Great Falls ...
... settlers. Back in those days there were no trees on the riverbank (the bison and elk herds would have either trampled or ate anything that tried to grow there) so it would have really stood out from the river.
Clark and Lewis split up on the return trip to explore different parts of the land between the Rockies and the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers. Some historians think this is one of the few bad calls that Lewis made ...
... later, and then it was off to the pool to cool off and relax for a little while. And we had way too much fun with the underwater camera. It was really good, because we had the pool to ourselves - unfortunate that the hot tub wasn't working, but we made due.
Mark wanted to go to the Prospector Casino because he said that it was lucky for him, so after a quick dip in the pool, we headed there. Unfortunately, the casino was not lucky for anyone. We ...