The Bunkhouse Inn

Address: 122 Main St, Augusta, Montana, 59410, United States | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Augusta

    Home Sweet Home...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jun 09, 2015


    We left the beauty of Stoddard USFS Park fairly early and headed on our last leg of this year's trip. It was a grand day with nice clear blue skies and warmth. We entered Montana without any fanfare, which we expected.

    The Rest Area near Fleecer Mountain was closed for construction, so we continued past Basin to a pull-out and stopped for lunch. We had ...

    Great to camp again...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jul 20, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... road that was a challenge for Shorty, our motorhome. It gave us a chance to "shake things out." That IS a fact.

    Since we've decided to keep him for awhile, we had to reload everything so we could go on this particular...or should I say peculiar expedition? All of the cabinets stayed closed on the challenging gravel road, so no complaints from this end.

    The lake is near the famous Bob ...

    Half broke and accepting donations

    A travel blog entry by the-mattinglys on Nov 06, 2011

    4 photos

    ... decided it might be a good idea to finally buy our flights. Procrastinated flight purchase to Nicaragua NOT recommended. I don't even want to say how much more it cost because it makes me want to barf. So anyways, the tickets are booked, and we will be off on Tuesday! All I can say is the God is teaching us that our money is His and we don't need to worry! He'll take care of us!
    More adventures to come...I have no ...

    To Blackfoot It

    A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki on Jul 06, 2010

    8 photos

    ... br> At once we deem our business in this part of Canada as finished, and drive toward the border of our homeland. The imposing peaks of Jasper and Banff fade for a bit as we cross the border, stopping at the Duty-Free store for a few spots of Canadian whiskey and fudge, and the stern border officials soften again from stern and skeptical to bemused and mocking. They see us off like friends and the log cabin plains and Craig T. Nelson lakes ...

    Day 60 - Going To The Early Morning Sun

    A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys on Jul 17, 2008

    14 photos

    ... that these repairs are necessary.

    The road takes you through some wonderful scenery and past some amazing sights. Snow capped peaks, waterfalls, snow bridges by the side of the road, views of glacial hanging's just absolutely stunning. The highest point on the road is at Logan's Pass at 6646 ft and this is also where we crossed the Continental Divide. After a brief look around the ...