Broken Arrow Lodge

P.O. Box 177, Alder, Montana, 59710, United States | Lodge

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Across the Great Divide

A travel blog entry by dna5758


... the land for anything but a buffer from their neighbors.

At 81 miles, we decided we really needed a break, so we stopped at the top of a rise where there was a bit of a breeze. We parked our bikes against the milepost sign, climbed a little bit to the top of the cut, sat down and took off our shoes! Unless you've ridden bikes, you have no idea how hot your feet can get! We laid back on the spiky grass and rested, wondering where ...

From Yellowstone to Ennis

A travel blog entry by pauline49


We checked out and hit the road but couldn't resist stopping a number of times before we left the park. The road between West Thumb and Maddison not only follows the pretty Firehole River but all along the road rising gases spew into the air like a kettle on the boil. Fortunately Firehole was much easier to access than other sites. The steam rising from one pool took on a pale bluish green ...

Alder KOA, Montana

A travel blog entry by dolestrada


... Hole area. Everyone was really sweet to us, I really appreciate this! I call Liana a little later to say bye. A few more tears on my part. We head out the opposite way they go out, we backtrack and head to the west exit to Yellowstone Park and head north to Alder/Virginia City/Sheridan, Montana. The drive is beautiful. Once we leave the park, the first part of our drive in Montana takes us along the Hebgen Lake and River. Gorgeous! We see lots ...

July 18,2013

A travel blog entry by kj6bjl

July18, 2013 (Thursday)

Stayed in Virginia City today nice 85 degree day. Went to Nevada City (about five (5) miles away). Had a cup of cowboy coffee (non-fat latte) and sat on the front pourch of the old hotel. Went to the museum, they were restoring old music boxes of all sizes. Out back they had an old town set up for reenactments, there were nine (9) oregional buildings on oregional sights and about thirty (30) moved ...

Like Living in the Old West

A travel blog entry by woncoent


Today we traveled from Blackfoot, ID to Nevada City, MT. Before leaving Blackfoot we visited the Potato Museums located in Blackfoot. This was just a brief stop but we saw a movie on the growing and production of potatoes from ID. Of course Idaho is known for its potatoes. The museum was a old converted train station and it was small but a very interesting stop. There was a not of statistics about ...

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