Stage Stop Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Choteau
We headed north in Montana to Choteau, stopping at a Walmart for supplies and putting gas in both vehicles on the way. We found a quaint campground in Choteau that used to be a KOA but is now privately owned. Boy was it WINDY and cold when we emerged from our motorhome! The kids headed for the old-school playground (complete with tilt-a-whirl, swings, and wooden play structure), while I walked up the hillside behind our site. I saw ...
... in the fuel tank and the handle won't let you set it on auto-fill. We finally learned why: most truck stop diesel pumps are now designed to flow 50 gallons per minute, which our RV cannot handle. So we have to handhold the nozzle and basically let it the fuel trickle into the tank. Bummer!
We have never driven ...
... truck windows
to take in the woodsy, cedar smell of the conifer woods. After 10.5 hours of driving, we were all very excited to see our Swiss-style hotel and stupendous mountain backdrop. This is our home for the next four days. We had traveled to within 10 miles of the Canadian border and even though we were still in the U.S., we felt like we had traveled abroad or even to the top of ...
... unbelievable. I now completely understand why it is called big sky country. After a slow drive to the reservoir, we swam in the shockingly cool water and then we camped at a free site along the river that is created from the Gibson Reservoir. This reservoir supplies water for over 100,000 acres of farmland in western Montana and let me tell you, the water they feed those crops is cold, very cold.
... country store selling everything from ground mace to fireworks to romantic comedy DVDs, where the cashier coolly warns of the perils driving down this unnamed road to disaster. As we’re leaving, an old man in a Hawaiian shirt, sporting a feather in a baseball cap – he danced all whack – approaches ol’ Pearl with a smile. He reminds me of Terry Gilliam in his grinny mania, and pleads us, "you should go back down the ...