Ruby Springs Lodge

PO Box 119 , Alder, Montana, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Alder

Across the Great Divide

A travel blog entry by dna5758

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... was and how soon they might be coming along to give us a ride into Ennis. Just then I got a text from them, saying they were about 50 miles behind us. By this time we each had about half a bottle of water left, having used all that we had been given - I am so thankful for that friendly man from Blackfoot Telecommunications! So we rested a while, then, when we started to feel we were frying in the sun (there was no shade around for miles), ...

Pickin' Up Where We Left Off

A travel blog entry by jan3boys

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... br> Mom, Jen and Dale "saved' the barn by moving it off the dirt and putting in new (old-style) chinking compound. I hope you like the pictures. Barns are special places.

After some tearful goodbyes after a too-short visit, Bob and I are on the road again, on our way to Idaho to see Stephanie and Adam! We get to stay there for 3 days and 4 nights!

(The Ebony picture was taken at the Thompson Park entrance at Hwy 41 and Rte 2 where the grass grew taller than Ebony's back.)
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Rodeo time

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad

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... started. The rodeo turned out to be a lot of fun. Although it was a national rodeo association rodeo with professional contestants, it was such a small fair that it had an air of amateurish about it that made it all the more fun. We enjoyed watching the bronco bucks, steer roping, barrel racing and of course the bull riding. One local lad who we had met earlier that day buying his first cowboy hat, decided ...

Short day travel to Twin Bridges

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad

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... the ute. Funny to watch and everyone cheered the teams on. The little cowgirl in front of us was rather keen to whistle and cheer on her cowboy, then chewed her tobacy and spat. Tim offered her a spit tin which she was very pleased to have, after all she was a princess and spitting on the ground was not cooth at all. After a few beers and a laugh or two we wandered off for a sleep and respite from the ...

Big Sky Country

A travel blog entry by samskinner

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... dramatic in this setting in the middle of the Rocky Mountains. At 5200ft above sea level this alpine desert is truly beautiful. When I arrived there was snow on the ground and the surrounding peaks were covered in their white blanket. Uncovered pastures were a sandy grey colour with last year's now brown grass and the cold, dusty dirt beneath it. Gradually this rocky landscape turned a bright green as 'beer can high' (a popular measure) grass emerged full of ...

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