Campbell Lodge

Address: 534 3rd Ave S, Glasgow, Montana, 59230-2492, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 534 3rd Ave S, Glasgow.
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        Driving without a spare

        A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 21, 2015

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        ... built by
        the American Fur Company as a trading post and many tribes traded here. It was also the furthest upriver that steamboats were able to travel due to rapids a little further upstream. The fort operated from 1828 to 1867. Once again I'm traveling through the heart of the fracking craze in NW North Dakota. Williston must be the capital because almost every business along the road ...

        Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Peck Lake Reservoir

        A travel blog entry by hitherthither on Jul 21, 2015

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        ... bar and animal head collection that blew our minds. Also lots of old farm machinery and other odd equipment. Then there was the iron lung, big fish and doll collections. OK, so it doesn't take much sometimes!!

        Today we will visit their interpretive center and museum (lots of dinosaur bones in this area). Love those big guys!
        Bob went on a tour of the Dam and hydroelectric plant which wasn't accessible but didn't bother me much!

        Nice relaxing couple of days and another dam !

        A travel blog entry by lastrick on Jul 05, 2015

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        ... explorers.The Old Fort Peck trading post was built in 1867 on a narrow ledge of shale about 35 feet above the river, its rear wall abutting the hillside. The front of the stockade was so close to the ledge that it was an effective steamboat landing for sternwheelers that made frequent trips upstream. But ...

        We're Getting Close

        A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jun 20, 2015

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        We headed out this morning for our next stop - Glasgow, MT.

        We were pleasantly surprised to find that the RV park was part of a relatively new hotel complex with a bar and a restaurant. The sites were spot on level with grass between them.

        After rinsing several miles of road grime off the coach, ...

        We missed the floods

        A travel blog entry by redjoy on Aug 26, 2014

        ... br> Along the way to Havre, we saw buffalo, elk (or some sort) and a coyote circling some cows -- with trouble on his mind....

        The border crossing is called Wild Horse Crossing. I didn't see any wild horses trying to get into USA from Canada. Must have been something they did years ago (but regained their senses).

        We are now in Glasgow which doesn't quite make up for missing the trip to Glasgow, Scotland but it is nice here.