Sundowner Magnuson Hotel

Address: 1018 Front St, Forsyth, Montana, 59327, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1018 Front St, Forsyth.
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A travel blog entry by jenny.rule on Aug 10, 2015

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... when, NOT AN EASY TASK, sorry Pauly!) Stopped at a wayside at Rosebud Creek...awfully pretty. I'll attach a photo. William Clark spent time here and it's not hard to see why. Now beginning to climb into the foothills. Mike may be singing Home On The Range as I type, as he seems positively giddy to be ...

I Can See for Miles and Miles…

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 08, 2014

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It was supposed to be another "cool" day – highs in the low 80s – so we slept in until almost 7:00. Lea, Dave and I packed up and rode down the street to “Pop's Place,” a café where we got a great, inexpensive breakfast. The owner was a nice older man who does a small business to supplement his Social Security check. He wasn’t a fast cook, but we enjoyed the meal.

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Day 5: Little Bighorn

A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 18, 2014

... luckily in a town we were passing through). The gentleman at Geek Squad was kind enough to replace the camera under a manufacture defect. Alas, her new camera became even newer! Our day ended in Bozeman, MT! "Hello fellow Bozeites!" -Sheldon Cooper We ate dinner at Bozeman Ale Works. It was delicious!! We both had MT brewed beers (mine was better than my favorite Blue Moon!) the chef was from Louisiana so Kyle ordered Boudin and I had a good BBQ ...

Day 4: Saving Private Teddy

A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 18, 2014

... from hail. The weather report stated the possibility of large hail and tornadoes. All we missed were a few sprinkles so we headed back to town in search of a Teddy bear. We searched high and low but only found dolls, hats, and boots! The town has an old western theme and we stopped at the Joe Ferris General Store through a lead from a young girl at the candy store across town. It's been open since 1885! Finally, ...

A day with the Yellowstone River

A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jun 22, 2013

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Left Billings today to head NE down the Yellowstone River. Beautiful bluffs line either side and by staying on the side roads the traffic was delightful. Passed a pair of foxes on the river bank. Though winds were in my face for much of the ride, they were mild enough ...