Fort Three Forks Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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... Kathy today. Jeff suggested we meet just off the road near the town of Three Forks, Montana. From there we drove to Missouri Headwaters State Park. We ate a great picnic lunch together and chatted and swapped stories for a bit (the boys were thrilled with all the grown-up chatting!) The boys also begged us for more Lewis and Clark trivia so of course we obliged. It just so happens that the three Forks area is so named because this is where three rivers converge: the ...
I hated to leave the spoiler hospitality in Bozeman, but it was time to move on. I packed up the airplane and flew the long trip (18 nm) to Three Forks, MT (9S5) for the Montana Antique Aircraft Assoc. fly in. This annual event is the gathering spot for all the local antique and experimental aircraft folks. A great group!
Turns out, Lynn and Mick were in the area and meeting up there at Three Forks, so we had a good ...
... Three Forks. By this time it was 7pm, so
we got our keys and headed up the road for dinner, which closed at 8pm. The food was beautiful and we decided to go back for breakfast before we left the next morning.
We came back after dinner and had a look at the map to see which way we were heading and then all went to bed. Breakfast was at ...
... would like to camp at this nice park on my return. This is the place where the Jefferson, the Madison, and the Gallatin rivers all combine to create the Missouri River. I spent the day walking all the park trails
with Seaman and then doing a bike ride into the town of Three Forks (about 5
miles) for a beer and dinner. Thunderstorms were brewing when I left town and I hustled back ...
... t be coming back through Dillon on my
return). Just north of town is a tall
rock formation that Clark used to survey the area and map the two rivers that
join the Beaverhead in the area. I
climbed to the top of the rock and was able to stand on probably one of the few
places where one can say they stood where William Clark stood. I continued north following the river until
I reached Lewis and Clark ...