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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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 ...
... the US for doing a fabulous job with their national parks and monuments; a real pleasure to visit and definitely worth a second visit. The Navajo would do well to take a leaf from the US and spend some money on Monument Valley. Finally, a new Indian saying - Woman who always wears hat, gets daft hair! See you in ...
... flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
Any questions? You know where we are now...or do you??
Thanks for following us on our somewhat wild journey to Washington. Stay tuned. We'll be slipping west again soon to bring her home.
PS Shorty is fine. Sus' and David are great at consolation. :o)
... We drove through small towns, one of which is called Flattop, where the billboards say they make Flattop Vodka. I thought, there must be a Flattop Mt. around here somewhere. I guess there is, but given the low ceilings, I was not able to see it, since the tops of the mountains were all obscured by the clouds.
When we checked into Glacier Park, we were told that Logan Pass was closed. It is about the mid-point of Going-to-the-Sun Road, the road that ...
... manual labor! We got our bucket, went back to the screening area, received instruction on how to wash/filter, and proceeded to process our dirt. Needless to say, our dug bucket yielded no sapphires. The concentrate contained numerous small sapphires, and one garnet, which were both fun and satisfying to find. What to do with them? Not much.
Left the next day for Gardiner, MT, and the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park.