Campbell Lodge

534 3rd Avenue South, Glasgow, Montana, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 534 3rd Avenue South, Glasgow.
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Travel Blogs from Glasgow

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.


Fields and skies ... a feast for the eyes.

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Jul 22, 2014

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... MT. Williston is exploding with growth!
We made a fun stop at Rugby, ND, at the geographical center of North America. Met some nice people from ND and Seattle, WA. We spent time taking pictures of each other, laughing and talking. Fun break!

The right windy day!

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 22, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... was a bit unfortunate as I would discover later but I had enjoyed a lovely morning.

The roads here are straight and long and there is little but open prairie land to see. They don't call the state of Montana, Big Sky country for no reason, because you have the entire horizon on all 360 degrees open in front of you, it is quite something to behold and though it is beautiful it also has a bleakness to it. It feels a bit like being in the ...

A LIttle Dose of Family

A travel blog entry by normandsharon on May 19, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... cousin, Patty, her husband, Ron, and their daughter, Stacy; as well as cousin, Bev, her husband, Mark, and their son, Steven.

Glasgow is about 60 miles from the Canadian border. Like many other prairie lands the buffalo once roamed here. Today it is a hub for wheat growing and cattle grazing. They say that livestock actually outnumber the people in the Valley County. However those that live here are said to be known for their traditional ...

Karen Gets Fiesty!

A travel blog entry by beasley on Jul 28, 2011

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... huckleberry jams, jellies, syrups, chocolates etc. etc. for awhile in Montana and have yet to see a real huckleberry (they kinda look like a blueberry, but lighter in colour). Onwards to North Dakota. I don’t have to say much about North Dakota, other than that I remember doing my nails 25 years ago as I drove (by myself!) through ND into Saskatchewan. ...