Super 8 Helena
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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I left you all last week in suspense as we were about to head off on a buffalo hunt. I am happy to report that after uploading the blogs and photos last week, Julie and I were able to spot a few buffalo roaming wild on the prairie. We also had some close-up encounters with prairie dogs, which appeared to both of us to simply be meerkats, just with a different name. While on the buffalo hunt, we also stopped and photographed some mountain goats that were just ...
It took us 7.5 hours to do the drive, stopping twice to visit a huge army surplus store and an opal mining town. I now have a new hobby, making opal jewelry while wearing a ghilli suit. We are about to go in the hotel hot tub in order to ease the muscle pains from fish fossil digging. Geology is tough on the bod. ...
... off to Costco to gas up and pick up some necessities. I did hit a noon meeting again today, so am once again in the flow of life in Helena. With the intemperate weather, we walked about two miles in the Mall to help balance the Victual Input, so to speak.
I finally checked the photos in my "good camera," the Fuji and have these posted on Flickr. There's a video/movie included, and with past problems putting such things up here, I've put the who lot ...
The ride into Montana through Sandpoint, Idaho and along the Cabinets to Libby is as beautiful as any of the last 16,000 miles. Montana is an incredible place - a postcard shot around every corner. We would inevitably be asked, " what was your favorite place? " Montana is hard to beat.
We knew we were home about 40 miles out ...
... through unpopulated areas. Why anyone would want to live so far from civilization is a mystery to me…where the only grocery store for miles around is a tiny general store, where gas stations do not exist, where your nearest neighbor is beyond reach, and where your best friend is probably a horse. It seems like most everyone had at least one horse. Perhaps they need to have them to get to the general store when they run out of gas? I don’t know.