Wingate by Wyndham Helena
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pipes and water system. Anyways, I just happened to be skipping through when I came upon the section entitled ‘Etiquette.’ It turns out one of the most important things that I MUST do when driving an RV was to wave at other RVs coming in the opposite direction on the road. The book said that this was particularly important when the model of the RV was the same as yours. Oh bugger. I hadn’t waved at any other RVs yet. But I hadn’t ...
So many of you have said that you enjoy traveling with us, so today, sit back and enjoy the view!! Our itinerary showed us leaving Yellowstone and driving toward Glacier National Park, about a 6.5 hour trip. Little did we know that the day would have a lot of twists and turns, both literally and figuratively.
We left Fishing Bridge about 9:00 and retraced part of our tour drive of yesterday and enjoyed the views all over again. ...
Some of you might already know, but just to clear up any doubts, we are staying home for this winter. We honestly miss the snow and such, especially at our place at the lake. I've been concerned about Shorty's "health," so to speak. I've ordered and received a new windshield wiper motor and a new heat control for the dash heater. Things will be better with these thing installed and I'll feel more confident in ...
... sure whether we would stay for a while or just head out again. Yet another follower of the blog and good friend from Helena expressed interest, and we instantly knew that this would be the perfect home for our trailer. Kathy lives about 5 miles from Mal and Trav in Helena. She has a son, Chris, who is in a wheelchair, and if ...
... same field together. Don’t they get along?
We eventually found Swan Lake, a cool calm body of water where camps were spaced along the roadway and few inhabited the land of the other side. Lakefront property available in the middle of nowhere, for probably a reasonable price…something you don’t find in Maine anymore. And we drove through a town where you could shop at Bison and Bear Mercantile, eat at Grizzly Claw or Chicken Cook Restaurant, ...