La Quinta Inn & Suites Helena
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Helena
I left you all last week in suspense as we were about to head off on a buffalo hunt. I am happy to report that after uploading the blogs and photos last week, Julie and I were able to spot a few buffalo roaming wild on the prairie. We also had some close-up encounters with prairie dogs, which appeared to both of us to simply be meerkats, just with a different name. While on the buffalo hunt, we also stopped and photographed some mountain goats that were just ...
... Very picturesque with limestone walls up to 1200 feet high. Boat goes north to beginning of canyon where Lewis named it and then returns.
Saw about 4 or 5 bald eagles and Kathy got a few good pictures. Went back to Helena and had dinner downtown at Mediterranean Grille. Kathy had chicken kabob and Bob salmon. Very ...
... for an appointment with and ENT doc to check out the ol' right sinus. We'll overnight there in a motel...imagine that! Since Shorty is empty and the bed back in "stock" condition, to be ready for the trade-in, it's the best we can do. As you may know, we like to stay at the La Quinta. Hopefully there will be plenty of room to park the coach there. We're flexible, so we'll figure it out...
... are lots of pictures from here and I will add those later. We saw some fish in the lake, lots of pretty butterflies and a very noisy woodpecker. We were worried at first that it might be a rattle snake but we soon saw the woodpecker in the trees and we observed for a while. After Lake McDonald came Sprague Creek. The Creek was also beautiful (see photos) and a nice chap offered to take a photo of the both of us together, which was lovely. ...
... day to kayak and sail on Canyon Ferry Reservoir. It is a huge lake with lots of islands, beaches and coves. Canyon Ferry was the name of the little town on the river that was covered up when the lake was created. Luckily, the cemetery was high on a bluff so it still exists. While prowling around up there, we discovered many old,old markers and many others that can no longer be read. Quite interesting.