La Quinta Inn & Suites Helena
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... it again but here she is beside me as I arrive at GZ (Ground Zero). It is supposed to be in a large sagebrush to the left of a bunch of boulders. And there it is! I am so glad to find it as I would be horribly disappointed to go through this climb and than not find the cache. I sign the log and take a picture with it as it is required, record the three digit number that is unique to this cache and look to pick ...
... are either making your way along a valley or driving through foothills to the next range. The valleys range from a gorge containing the road and a river or a wide open valley up to 5 – 20 miles wide.
The mountains on this part of the trip were primarily long steep slopes rather than the craggy sheer cliffs. However, rather than being covered with pine like similar topography further south and east, about half of these were more ...
... and then on to our campground just outside of Helena, MT. South of Great Falls was a beautiful drive, especially around Wolf Point with red rocks, rivers and rolling hills. We had planned today to be a longer day, it’s always easier to get the kids to travel farther when they are fresh and excited. We pulled in to the campground at 5:30.
After a quick bbq’d supper ...
... wear on (pants and rain jackets). July 9th: Wow, what a day of gorgeous scenery. It will be hard to describe and you probably need to see for yourself. We had a pleasant breakfast discussion with folks from Massachusetts about rafting trips - they had just completed six days on the Salmon River. We drove the ten miles north to Ketchum, parked and rode our bikes through and around town, up to Sun River Resort and back in a 13 mile loop. Sun River Resort is pretty nice ...
We left the beauty of Stoddard USFS Park fairly early and headed on our last leg of this year's trip. It was a grand day with nice clear blue skies and warmth. We entered Montana without any fanfare, which we expected.
The Rest Area near Fleecer Mountain was closed for construction, so we continued past Basin to a pull-out and stopped for lunch. We had ...