Shilo Inn - Helena
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the photos edited and put up on Flickr.com. It would be nice if you'd stop by and check them out. A few comments would be unusual, but appreciated. Here's the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
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... lake far away. We hiked through snow and wildflower meadows, we saw waterfalls and lakes and mountains.
Day 48-50: Backpacking in Glacier. The hike was not wonderful at all (my least favorite part was the thick patches of berry bushes that were taller than Kurt-we couldn't see the trail at all since it was so overgrown), but it was nice to be in the backcountry for the first time this summer. Our 2nd night, we had the whole campground to ourselves (there were only ...
... road, we back track and soon find the hotel... Thank god! I need a dip in the pool! We check in and as our routine dictates, we take the cars to remove the dust, bugs ... and this time in my front grill the makings of a hay field! Passed a few hay and straw haulers... In case you were wondering :)
Cars are clean, Jim has a work emergency to handle.... and I have a pool calling my name! Oh ya! Cool water and all to myself! 6pm for ...
... The land was really flat just like Saskatchewan but we passed through a few really nice ravines and canyons. As we were cruising at about 120km/ph an extremely loud squealing noise, smoke and smell was coming from the engine so we quickly pulled over to find the air conditioning belt was slipping. I tightened it up and we carried onto the next town to get some anti slip spray. The shop didn't have any but I did find the belt had ...
... people in our family that we just can't stay away...
Did I mention the rain? It rained pretty much from the time we got to Sand Point until we got home to Helena. Thus, I took zero new pictures. We'll be at the lake again soon, so I'll have a chance to make up for it.
Our last day, Tuesday, involved seven hours at the wheel of the motorhome in continuous rain. A long day it was, but we made ...