Inn Dupuyer

PO Box 241 , Dupuyer, Montana, United States | Motel
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    A travel blog entry by mylee on Jul 05, 2014

    7 comments, 2 photos

    July 5th and we are on the road again. Along the way isLittle Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. We all agree to make the stop before going north to Billings. We pull up to the entrance and we realize that we left our pass in the camper sooo..... Bill pulls over to retrieve it from the camper ...jumps back in the truck ....and now it won't start. We call for a jump from our travel ...

    Dinosaur Trail

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 18, 2012

    1 photo

    ... there was supposed to be. S we got to walk way down by the water. And my idiot brother shoved me into the mud. So I shoved him back. And ooooof course nobody seemed to care that my shoes WEREN'T water proof and were coated in mud. Oh no. They just said "your the eldest get over it." Um no. Because my shoes were tennis shoes not flip fls sp I'm not going to get over it because all Hugh did ...

    Grace Penelop Smith (GPS) is trying to kill me!

    A travel blog entry by ginnie1517 on Jul 23, 2012

    4 photos

    ... turn off for Two Medicine came and I was safe. Two Medicine was great – you might be able to see in the photo how choppy the water is. The wind has been blowing like crazy all day but especially in the mountains.

    After taking some photos, it was time to head to Cut Bank. When I turned Grace on she said to go to Rt 49. Good thing no one could hear what I said to her since I thought she ...

    "Going-to-the-Sun" extravaganza

    A travel blog entry by bill212 on Jul 31, 2009

    4 comments, 96 photos

    ... a former biker, and helped us with some suggestions on the best route to take. Then we stopped at Hidden Lake. Maria had told us that it was a magnificent hike, and if you just stayed the course, most people drop away and the crowd diminishes and you find yourself on a beautiful mountain path. She was bang-on! Luckily, Shawn is as stubborn and crazy as me. It turns out that the trip from the parking lot to Hidden Lake is actually 5km! Of *mountain* trail. So we ...

    Day 14 (68 miles)

    A travel blog entry by stevevls on Jun 28, 2008

    4 photos

    we climbed our final mountain pass before the appalachians and found ourselves staring up at the continental divide. instead of crossing it at logan pass, the alternate route took us up and over maria's (pronounced like mariah) pass. the morning started off quite chilly. because it can be annoying to take lots of extra clothes on the bike and because we knew we'd start heating up soon with the climb, dan, brad, and i decided to wait around ...