Shilo Inn - Helena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and another dunking for Maggie and driving up an overlook at a campground. We arrived early at the hotel, so it wasn't surprising that we couldn't get in our room...within forty five minutes, we washed the car, picked up some groceries, and filled the gas tank, all barely leaving the parking lot. We took a short drive downtown after getting settled in, finding the restaurant row, main ...
... on their interaction with the native peoples. We are familiar with teepee sand long homes, but it was a treat to walk into a replica Mandan earthen dwelling. It would be a cozy place to spend the winter and the Corps did in 1804-5. The Center also highlighted the protege effort which took nearly a month. We watch a Ken Burns film on the entire expedition and another on the portage. The crew hewed trailers from Cottonwood trees, loaded the boats and supplies on top and ...
I left you all last week in suspense as we were about to head off on a buffalo hunt. I am happy to report that after uploading the blogs and photos last week, Julie and I were able to spot a few buffalo roaming wild on the prairie. We also had some close-up encounters with prairie dogs, which appeared to both of us to simply be meerkats, just with a different name. While on the buffalo hunt, we also stopped and photographed some mountain goats that were just ...
... honestly!). After that, we bought a bottle of wine, crisps, a litre of peanuts (Matt was drinking them out of the tub), went back to the campsite and were a way through all of this when we got a message from Vivian and Ron saying they were in Butte for the evening. They took us up to Berkeley Pit, an old mine over 4,000 feet deep filled with 250 million gallons of toxic water. It was strangely beautiful, and an amazing historical and geological spot - the first ...
Before leaving Grand Teton, we went on a 2-hour horse back ride near Jackson Lake. First time on horses for the boys and I. After that, we headed back out on the road again and drove about half way to our next destination, Glacier National ...