Shilo Inn - Helena
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Mammoth Hot Springs, a beautiful village in the northern end of the park. Its hydrothermal features are beautiful and it houses the historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel built in the 1930s. We said good-by to Yellowstone through the North entrance and the Roosevelt Arch. On the other side of the Arch, Gardiner, Montana greeted us as the cutest old western town we have seen. Wooden sidewalks and lots of cowboy flavor. The road then lead us ...
... minutes calling ahead for tomorrow's long and arduous trip on route 12 which follows the Clearwater river to the Snake River which L&C traveled August 15 Thursday Today we traveled about 185 miles across route 12, the route is so rugged that it was not built until the 1960's. this follows the land route that Lewis and Clark used to cross the Rocky Mountains, though they actually followed a trail on the ridges as there is in effect no river bank as the mountains soar above the ...
... to service. Ford Motor executives got wind of the problem and asked to have one of the busses to see if they could come up with a solution to get them back on the tour roads. Ford fit a 450 chassis under the body and equipped the bus with fuel efficient and clean burning propane engines. Modern suspensions, ABS brakes and all the equipment on a new commercial chassis ...
We arrived safely at Fort William Henry Harrison just a few miles from downtown Helena, the state's capital. We stayed 9 days in the FamCamp on post. We were pleasantly surprised to see deer with their fawns strolling freely throughout the grounds. We stopped the car within feet of a deer that was grazing. It looked up at us and continued to with what it had been doing. How cool is that??
The post is now home to the Montana National Guard's Joint Forces ...
I sit and see the latest fall of snow outside of the west window. I wonder why I'm still here. I know the real reason, but seem to be stuck in a type of denial. As with many things, the choice isn't always mine. I believe you get the "drift", so to speak.
Earlier this week we had a semi-surprise visit from my Air Force ...