Bar W Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Another beautiful few days in Montana.
After doing a bit of skeet shooting yesterday, I was given the chance this morning to learn how to shoot a handgun, which I hadn't done before. Dave, who is an ex-police officer (and incidentally, a blood splatter expert) got out his pistol and revolver, getting me to shoot a target stapled to a tree (I love how laid back they are here). It was good fun!!
This afternoon I went into town, and had ...
No, they are not twins I met in the hot tub at the campground. I figured it would be easier to put all the pictures of animals and wildflowers in one post. No great insights here - you have to use your imagination for some of the critter shots (they were far away). I don't know the names of the wildflowers. So, if you're looking for science you've come to the wrong blog. ...
... and pictures dedicated to that event. We went on to Bowman Lake to check out the camping. The road was VERY curvy, but the lake was beautiful. We were convinced we saw a bear on the trail, until it raised it's HUMAN arms! : ) To finish the evening, we ate at the Northern Lights Saloon and Cafe. With it's 360 degree mountain view, you can't go wrong. The pie was also to die for! Bought a bear claw at the very eclectic Polebridge Mercantile, and we were on our way back to the ...
... her three little ones in tow. They were only about 2 ft long, 1 ft high - and very cute! A local told us it was rare to see them, so I am even more chuffed now. One thing I did notice was a huge grin from ear to ear as Matt flew down the side of the mountain. The best thing about heading out mountain biking with him is seeing him make jumps over the tiniest mounds, flicking the back of his bike around corners and powering up hills as if ...
... RV park was one of the best we have stayed at. We even had grass and a large shade tree! We arrived in 84 degrees - cooling to 49 and Monday was 96 - but it was a dry heat - which means your skin turns RED, but NOT MOIST!
We spent 9 hours and 188 miles touring Glacier National Park on Monday. Geez, we just can't get away from DRIVING!
If you haven't been ...