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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was caused by the extension valve that was put on it at Mike Thompson's. They also said that the nitrogen filled tires are a crock.
Nice to know, can you fix it and how much will it cost? (fearing $300. plus per tire if it was bad). They did, total cost to remove, inspect, replace, and refill all of the other tires (also low)??? $20.00. We love this guy!
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Early start this morning, which has become the usual. We were off headed towards a small state park called Lewis and Clarke. The entire day was a bit of a blur because we spent the whole day driving along in the rain. We stopped off at a few gas stations for breaks but besides that nothing really noteworthy took place. We arrived at our lunch stop which was in a small town called butte and we ate under a gazebo right by the river. We had a friendly goose that took to us or more ...
The Lewis and Clark Caverns were discovered in 1892 when Tom Williams and Bert Pannell peered into a small hole venting steam out of the side of a mountain. Williams didn't return until 1898 to explore the hole in the rock. With the help of a Canadian prospector named Dan Morrison, they began developing the caverns for tourism. In 1941 the cavern became Montana's first state park. The caverns were named ...
After a nice breakfast and coffee in the coach with Kelsie and Jackson, we reluctantly headed out to Bozeman. I'll admit that I'm more than thrilled to hear that little guy keep saying "Uncle Ralphie, Uncle Ralphie", over and over again like some sort of mantra. I love it! He's a blessing for both of us and all who know him, I'm sure.
Highway 41 from Dillon is a calm, scenic and beautiful drive. We saw ...
Started the morning at Grant Kohrs Cattle Ranch - very cool with a cowboy showing us a lovely old chuck wagon (kitchen wagon for cowboys), and old working ranch. Then on towards Bozeman stopping at the Lewis and Clark State Caverns. No gum, no food, no peeing, no visiting within a year of entering another bat cave, we are about to head into caverns carved out of Tobacco Root Mountains upended sedimentary layers. Expecting stalactites and enormous deep caverns. More ...