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... Montana. Our first stop was to see a giant statue of Mary AKA Our Lady of the Rockies up on top of the mountain. We opted out of the tour and instead drove as close as we could to get a good picture of it, then it was off to get some good ole fashion miner lunch… Pasties. That’s right, pasties in Montana. We have some pretty high standards between Iron River’s The Pasty Corner, and of course, the family pasty recipe. These ones were pretty close ...
... end for Bannack. In the late '40’s most of the population had moved on. The post office closed in 1938, the school in the early 1950’s and there was no doctor, no grocery store. What had once been the territorial capital was now becoming a ghost town. Efforts to preserve the town as an historical place were begun and in 1954 the property was donated to the state of Montana. It is now maintained by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and ...
... 10 MPG even though we have run the generator a time or two on this tank. John is very pleased with the gas millage. The terrain north of Idaho Falls became VERY flat and again we saw huge fields of grain growing as we drove between the fields. We even saw a very large herd of buffalo (yes Laura, I do know that the correct term is American Bison) that was on a private ranch and looked as if it numbered several hundred.
Climbing into the mountains south of the Montana Border ...
Made it to Dillon, MT last night. What a nice town. Lots of old homes. And very clean. We are hoping it's a little cooler here then up north. The RV park is amazing that we are in. None of the sites back up to another. Sites are big and there is a small stream going through the park. All sites have grass and trees. ...
... mountains on our right and grasslands on our left. Swung in to the Big Hole Battleground National Park. Watch the movie covering the massacre of the Nez Perce Indians that took place August, 1877. Another dark day in American history.
There were two other guys on BMW bikes at the park building from Calgary. So we ...