Shilo Inn - Helena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that is going to save us a fortune!
Yellowstone National Park is very different from Teton National Park. Even though we were still in the Rocky Mountains the scenery definitely took on a difference and was also very pretty. There seem to be more trees here. There is practically no towns or inhabitants either. You just get these little areas built into clearings which are like one stop shops for petrol, restaurant, gifts and groceries. We also ...
... Montana Capital is an imposing stone building of classical architecture. Capitals are built in this style for two reasons - first to honor the democratic tradition going back to Ancient Greece and second to inspire people to be on their best, most respectful behavior. The pole vaulting was fun because the athletes were into it as the attempted personal records. We saw one guy who cleared the bar set at 16 feet, something like six inches higher than his best, by about a foot. ...
... still only 135 miles. Felt absolutely knackered though. Went straight to sleep as soon as we were checked in and unloaded.Monday 22nd June
Arm is still itchy but looking better to day, got a constant headache now and keep feeling sick.Tuesday 23rd June
Still got a constant headache but at least the itching has just about stopped, my arm is looking almost normal now. I got up early to take the bike in to get the new tyres fitted, was ...
... of us had been involved.
When he questioned us about the specifics of what we had with us, one of the items Bob mentioned was an orange. The officer told us that if he had found the orange and we hadn't told him about it he would have assessed a $300 fine. Yikes! That's an expensive orange! Apparently the US doesn't import any oranges (explains the lack of mandarins ...
... after a soul destroyingly slow morning we managed to arrive at our wild camp early, washed in the creek, ate, had two hot chocolates and got an early night. Also encouraging is the fact that we have read that this was one of the toughest sections on the whole route. Not only this, but thanks to the last two days of effort, we have just 17 miles to ride to get to Butte. We have just read that a new alternative route has been mapped from this area which avoids ...