Shilo Inn - Helena
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On our way out of Helena, we drive by the beautiful Cathedral of St. Helena and the capitol building which was built in 1902. The trip to Helena was a fine example for us of why they call Montana "Big Sky Country". There are endless wide open plains, then farms, some with cattle, some growing alfalfa or quinoa. After the mountains of Wyoming, the world seems to have gotten flat. However, it's not long before we see the Rocky Mountains ...
Linda Burton posting from Helena, Montana – "I ate at my first Applebee's on that trip," Matthew reminisced during Tuesday’s final goodbyes before I headed for Helena. Grandson Matt was referring to our trip of 2002, when he was 10 and we went to three capital cities and three national parks in a three-week period. Helena, Bismarck, and Pierre were the capitals; Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Badlands were the parks. I chuckled that he remembered the ...
... to stay fit and be able to engage in such antics without any untoward sequellae. Cool words, huh? I've never had an opportunity to wax medically for a long time. Enough of that.
When we returned to Helena, I spent two evenings picking raspberries. I got nearly a gallon each night, totaling about ten pounds of the delicious little garnets. There were at least half as many lying/laying on the ground in the patch. We'll have to do ...
It was a quiet night to sleep out on Arizona Street. No interruptions at all.
John came out with Annie, his fine doggy and took her for a walk. On his return, I took a few shots of them together. It seems she is ill and doesn't have much time to spend with us. She looks great and is lively, but her disease is progressive... She's a great, kind and loving animal and will be ...
... go easier this year, what with all the experience we earned in 2011 with five months on the road.
We will go south via Idaho Falls again this year. Our intention is to spend a few days at Kodakchrome Basin State Park in southern Utah. It's a photographer's paradise so I'm told, named in the forties by National Geography for the newly developed film. Nothing, I'm sad to say to do with ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking