Hidden Hollow Hideaway
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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Family rooms
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After sleeping in well this morn, we drove on through Moore, by Straw, Buffalo and through Judith Gap and Hobson, on down to Harlowton, where we are now camped at the Chief Joseph Park. It's at the edge of town and even offers electrical hook-ups. There's a large, long fishing pond stocked with rainbow trout. We saw a grandfather and his little grandson and visited a bit with them. The little guy had caught about six trout and kept one. We asked to see it and ...
... steeply to Ptarmigan Lake which is nestled in a high cirque. The trail is mostly in trees except for the last half mile or so. At the lake one can look up to the back wall of the cirque and see two long switchbacks that appear to reach just below the height of the ridge. Instead it reaches a 200-foot tunnel that leads to the other side of the ridge. It is 600 feet up to the tunnel entry. The views from both ends of the tunnel are amazing. The north side has sheer walls ...
Wow, this was absolutely the best flight leg yet. After a fun flight with Rick in his fast and twitchy Harmon Rocket, I headed north from Afton up the Star Valley and over Alpine Airport with Citations, Huskies and a Cirrus and a Baron calling their positions. I cut through a pass and north across another valley with the Tetons off my right side. They are majestic. Unfortunately it was slightly hazy and I ...
... it had gas for the cars and a restroom to pee in. Enough said about Dell.
Back on the road and back up to cruising speed. Couple more hours and we are rolling into Idaho Falls and looking for a spot to eat. We drive by all the usual spots, McD's, Burger King, etc etc etc... but we want something new.
We are just about to run out of town and buildings when I spot a sign on the side of an ice cream shop, which says "Homemade ...
... picked several sights in downtown Helena to go visit. Walking was our mode of transport & boy did we walk! 45 minutes north from our hotel, we made it to Last chance Gulch & the downtown core. After a quick stop in Starbucks we wandered through the interesting shops including the Prickly Pear Quilt store. I bought some lovely (cheap) fabric & a pattern that Martin really liked. Next stop was Saint Helena Cathedral to ...