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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... food straight away. We laid in the sun there eating and enjoying the weather for a while before moving along on our way. We got to our camp site in the early afternoon and all I can say is I felt like I was at home. The campsite was a big flat open space filled with grass with big green hills surrounding it. It was so peaceful and to top it off the only other sounds that could be heard was the mooing of cows. Half the group went on a tour of some limestone caves but I decided ...
The sun shone down on us as we played at being cowboys during our two hour horseback ride through the hills of Montana. My horse, Sonny, was fantastic. Back at the ranch, we played the usual game of cornhole and watched pet rabbits roaming free around the ranch. After settling into our rooms – most of them full of taxidermy creations – we moved upstairs for dinner, home cooked by our hosts, and ...
... and Clark because they got within sight of the mountainside, but never actually discovered them.
We entered the cave from an open entrance, however the original "venting" hole, where they scaled tourists down on a rope, can still be seen. Stalactites and stalagmites are formed in caves by the deposition of calcium carbonate. Stalactites are the conical deposits that form at the roof of the cave ...
... return but sounds cool. And it was extremely cool. Hidden up there I'm the mountains, discovered by a couple of locals (not Lewis and Clark of course although it was the first site names for them due to all the work they had done in the area). Hot and windy Montana outside and a cool 50 degrees year round inside - beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations going down 300+ feet and huge caverns plus a crystal clear (small) lake - magical! After we left there ...
... fur trappers & mountain men referred to them, as just that. Back into Montana, through ranch land, following the Madison River, then into more irrigated area and up to Three Forks, our stop for the night. Found a yummy Chinese in Three Forks, a whistle stop town, near the Missouri Breaks State Park, where the Missouri River starts at the confluence of Jefferson, Madison & Gallatin Rivers (Three Forks). Heading for Glacier NP. Have to be back in San Francisco two weeks today. ...