Hidden Hollow Hideaway
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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Family rooms
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... and others bring their Montana-made products downtown for the local Helena community to see and purchase. Visitors to the Helena area experience the fine produce and other products that are the best of what Helena offers locally. Helena Farmers Market 'Is' the Saturday morning event! Great cakes and the cherries are in ...
Today we had breakfast (so hard not to eat bacon when it's included in the room cost) & headed south to Townsend. Patrick Duffy (Dallas) was born & grew up in Townsend & it's easy to see why he left! A tiny agricultural town that boasted 2 quilt stores - I purchased from both - & a fishing shop that had not been stocked since the 50's. We mailed a work package at the tiny post office, saving AHEIA ...
... hit the mark for us. Leaving Butte, we drove west towards Anaconda heading for our destination, Philipsburg. The drive was very scenic & we made it to Philipsburg & the ghost town area in good time. The whole area was a little 'hills have eyes' so we left for home via Drummond (massive ice cream & very cheap fly shop). Chicken wings & beers consumed, we are now a tad full & tipsy & looking forward to a fishing day ...
... so the kids could dry some in their cool food dryer. What a great time we had! Then we picked up Vivian at school and went back to the house.
For dinner, we had barbecued, marinated albacore tuna that Lisa and Rich had given us. TJ marinated it in his homemade Italian Dressing made with Balsamic vinegar. This was a new twist to us. It added a special "zip" to the fish. It was a great meal. Oh yea, I ...
Cool and cloudy, high rain chance all along my route, but rain chance diminishes as I go further south. Probably in for another wet tent tonite. 450-some miles to Yellowstone / about 8 hours or so on a bike is pushing a bit more than I like. My previous high was 400, ending the 9 hr day with a very sore back and butt, so I think I'll try to camp midway.
Beautiful ride down the Swan Valley west ...