Amber Bear Inn

Address: 25 Amber Bear Lane , Heron, Montana, 59844, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on 25 Amber Bear Lane , Heron.
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      Day 32: the Dam Tour

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... on all the blogs. We decided to drive to the Libby Dam and check that out. They offer tours of the dam and powerhouse. C called ahead and found out that the next one we could go to was at 2pm, so we packed up a lunch and headed out.

      We got to the dam at about 1pm, and checked in. Apparently before 9-11 you could drive across the top of the dam during the daylight hours, but since then it has been closed. You cannot even bring cameras ...

      Visiting Friends

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... driveway. OK. We found it. No mailbox because they drive to Noxon 2 times per week to pick up their mail. And I thought we were remote in Ananda Village back in California.

      Cal & Irene have been married for over 60 years, bought this 46 acre property back in early 70's, built a log cabin then about 20 years ago, sold their home in Great Falls and built a new home on the property by the Bull ...

      Day 30: Lookout Tower hike

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... which on a clear day, you can see from F&C's house. F had told us that the huckleberries would be found soon after exiting the cars, so we were all pretty excited. Unfortunately, we quickly learned that it was TOO EARLY. There were very immature berries, and even some remaining huckleberry flowers on the bushes. A was so sad – "what’s the point of this hike if we can’t pick huckleberries?" The hike to the tower was 2.5 ...

      Here and there...

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Sep 24, 2012

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... a great visit and got caught up on all the news, including what’s up with their sons, our God-sons.

      They took us back to our rig and we proceeded up US95 to the Sandpoint area. Our nephew, niece and grand niece live here. We got set up before TJ and Viv arrived from work and school, respectively. TJ is a medical image tech at a local Orthopedic Clinic. Viv, age five, is a kindergartner. Both were happy to see us. ...

      Welcome to Big Sky Country

      A travel blog entry by edcraig on Jun 16, 2012

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      It's good to be back in Montana... Such a beautiful state. Many of the mountains still have snow on them and I'm surrounded by big and tall fir and spruce trees all day along. One other cool thing I've been looking forward to is the amount of daylight I'll get to enjoy up here. The first day of summer is coming up, ...