Shilo Inn - Helena
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160;Did I mention that I forgot to learn how to put the chains on this car – WTF?! Fortunately, I made it through fine. My heart stopped hurting as I inched closer to Helena where I talked with the rangers and stocked up on supplies (including arugula, grape tomatoes and Annie’s Goddess salad dressing). Which has brought me to the finish of this entry, and one of the newer Echo and the Bunnymen tunes playing, "What are you going to do with your life?" (my new ...
... Very picturesque with limestone walls up to 1200 feet high. Boat goes north to beginning of canyon where Lewis named it and then returns.
Saw about 4 or 5 bald eagles and Kathy got a few good pictures. Went back to Helena and had dinner downtown at Mediterranean Grille. Kathy had chicken kabob and Bob salmon. Very ...
... northern Montana. We didn't have any reservations anywhere, so we stayed in the RV at a Walmart parking lot in Helena, MT, along with about 20 other campers...what a special experience! Quote of the day: "We're campers, we stay in Walmart parking lots!" ...
After a cool night's sleep, we got out of Post Falls about ten AM. Fiona was fixed, a bit, by the dealership, so we were confident. The road was better than anticipated, but the wet spots did succeed in giving the new ride a light coat of salt of some sort. We stopped again at the Rest Area on the Montana side of Lookout Pass for lunch. It felt strange to be in a new home and stranger yet to realize that it is ours.
After lunch, I mentioned to ...
... and is back in Helena as I write this. I drove the last leg from Garrison on in, since Lynn isn't crazy about the two lane action.
The weather took a tricky turn on Friday afternoon and hit us with a wee bit of snow again. By Saturday morn, we've acquired about three inches of the glorious stuff. I'm a fan of winter, having been raised in Butte and spent many years on the "slopes" and XC trails and enjoyed it.
We got the driveway cleared ...