Mountain View Motel & RV Park

Address: 111 Bailey Street, Lima, Montana, 59739, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 111 Bailey Street, Lima.
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        Craters of the Moon

        A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr on Aug 22, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        Our day started pretty early because we were hoping to see some wildlife on our way out of Grand Teton Nat'l Park. We left camp about 6:45 and drove to an overlook where a ranger told us the Moose hang out. We parked and ate our breakfast with the curtains rolled up watching and watching, but nothing other than birds so we continued south to …

        Lima! (like the bean not the one in Peru)

        A travel blog entry by jmgoldman on Jul 03, 2015

        4 photos

        So lots of wilderness, hot springs were amazing:), and just got a few texts from that family I was riding with (pic below). Apparently Someone snuck a really attractive pic of me outside the wise river merc eating popcorn like a classy lady.

        Elk Lake, Lima, Montana

        A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Jul 16, 2013

        7 photos

        ... Rock Mountain and Jefferson Mountain whose elevation is 10,203 feet. We also drive through the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. We see deer but nothing else, which is a bummer. The dirt road becomes rougher, a drive that should take us about 40 minutes turns out to be 1 1/2 hours. Manuel had to drive real slow. We get to Elk Lake, it is beautiful. There are very few people around, just one fisherman in the lake and that's all we can see. ...

        The Last Blog

        A travel blog entry by maddieandleigh on May 04, 2010

        ... do the Inca Trail, and also ended up in a town called Mollina at the recommendation of 2 Peruvian tattoo artists. You can buy 5 films for 50p! Hopefully they arent in Spanish, they promised us they werent but the language barrier here makes everything quite difficult. We had about 3 days in Cuzco before we got the train to Aguas Calientes and spent the day there doing nothing as it is a very dull place. We spent most of the time sleeping as we ...

        Helena to Bannack ghost town

        A travel blog entry by jeydoublesyou on Aug 21, 2009

        13 photos

        After having two awesome days in helena, by far the
        best town we have been to, we set off on a steady
        climb. Must have been about 20 miles up straight into our first pass. The
        weather had taken a drastic turn for the better, and we were now dripping with
        sweat. You know it's hot when it drips off the beak of your cap.
        On these secondary roads people always wave, smile
        and sometimes just stop in the middle of the road for a chat. It's ...