Shamrock Lodge

215 W 5th, Hardin, Montana, 59034, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 215 W 5th, Hardin.
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Travel Blogs from Hardin

Finishing a part of our 2001 Lewis and Clark Trip

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 13, 2014

6 comments, 26 photos

... William Clark's signature on Pompeys Pillar remains to this day. It is the only known physical evidence of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, appearing on the trail as it did two hundred years ago. Further, this means that Clark's signature is the embodiment of the claim by the United States, under the Doctrine of Discovery, to the Louisiana Territory and the interior of North America. In other words Clark's signature on Pompeys Pillar is the physical manifestation ...

Last day at GNP and on our way East

A travel blog entry by aimz822 on Jul 10, 2014

25 photos

... br> Set off to hike Apikuni Falls, a 2 mile round trip hike just before the Many Glacier Lodge. We had the Beast so had to park a bit down the road and walk to the trail head. along the trail, one of Rob's buddies stopped to visit with us and munch on a flower. Rob asked him to come back with us to NY, but he declined and finished his lunch.

We all got to the top (Liam ...

Ridin' Against the Wind

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 07, 2014

24 photos

... took us to downtown where Montana Ave paralleled the train tracks (on new asphalt!) for a short while. Then we cut over onto Main Street and were on the east side of town. Traffic wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t like being out in the rural areas, and we looked forward to getting past the last strip mall! We pulled into an Exxon station on the far edge of town where US 87 took off north to Roundup (the town, not ...

Little Bighorn, Indian Memorial Rededicated

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 25, 2014

14 photos

... called, it was close-range, an advantage for the repeating rifles by Winchester and others which many of the Indians had. Custer was also low on ammunition as he had outrun his pack train with resupply. At the last it appeared the soldiers were using their rifles and pistols as clubs against bows and arrows, war clubs and spears.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn was the end of the Indian Wars. There was such pressure ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by jbmd1986 on Jun 23, 2014

9 photos

... and he fell through glass. When asked why he didn't tell us not to shower while moving he gave me a New Jersey cop look and said he thought that would be obvious. Four hours in RV. Almost to Hardin, MT. Will tour Battlefield in AM then on to Yellowstone. Low key night. Hardin is not a bustling metropolis. Kids ...