Travelodge Deer Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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With the discovery of gold in the Montana Territory bands of outlaws roamed the land robbing stage coaches, banks, and mines and miners. There was a need for a territorial prison and one was built in 1871 in Deer Lodge. The original building was three stories tall made out of granite and brick. It had 14 cells, but no perimeter wall or fence. Two wings were added later raising the capacity to 98.
Montana was ...
... given to me by my father at age 14), '51 Mercury convertible, ’64 ½ Mustang GT convertible (bought new when I graduated from OCS), Camaro SS rag top (that’s a convertible in case you didn’t know), Corvair Monza… I confess, it was I who left the little puddles of drool on the floor in front of cars I owned or wished I had.
There were also some pictures ...
... wish that we were riding the highway to Helena! But Rimini Road was unique in style - switchbacks and narrow track with rocky out crops on one side and a sharp drop off on the other. What was also unique was the fact that we were fed S'mores by some native Montana folk on arrival at the campsite. After riding for 7 hours it seems nothing can beat marshmallows toasted over a campfire squished between biscuits and a lump of chocolate in the middle. Just another ...
Day two saw us hitting the road and heading east on I-90. Another day designed to put miles behind us, but the scenery was much better and saw a lot of wildlife along the route. A herd of elk, a group of mountain sheep and several eagles along the rivers. Also followed along the BNSF railroad line for much of the way and saw several trains out and about. For those of you uninitiated to trains, BNSF stands ...
... the semi-liquid gold.
We had a few water-system challenges which didn't really hamper our enjoyment. The Coots arrived on schedule from the far north, somewhere.
Oh, and did I mention the Moose? Last eve, a cow with a pair of yearling calves showed up just a bit before sunset. Shortly before dinnertime this eve, they reappeared with an escort, a very large bull. He ate a few bites at ...