Pine Butte Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Choteau
... we added his namesake national park to our itinerary. We camped in the South Unit which starts with the Painted Canyon overlook. After two hundred miles of nothing, the Badlands of North Dakota just seemed to suddenly drop right into our laps. Canyons and spiraling rock formations as far as the eye can see. Our jaws fell ...
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to take in the woodsy, cedar smell of the conifer woods. After 10.5 hours of driving, we were all very excited to see our Swiss-style hotel and stupendous mountain backdrop. This is our home for the next four days. We had traveled to within 10 miles of the Canadian border and even though we were still in the U.S., we felt like we had traveled abroad or even to the top of ...
July 5th and we are on the road again. Along the way isLittle Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. We all agree to make the stop before going north to Billings. We pull up to the entrance and we realize that we left our pass in the camper sooo..... Bill pulls over to retrieve it from the camper ...jumps back in the truck ....and now it won't start. We call for a jump from our travel ...
... iPhone, until we reach a meadow and a fork in the road. With the piano bopping violently up and down with every pothole and rock over which we tread, not to mention the two hours drive off into the nothingness, we decide that this is the place to see our friend off, and don’t need to tell him so, to where he’s already packed and out the door before the dust settles around us. We take a few group photos arm-in-arm, and I’m ...
... south through more plains and ranch land before arriving in the small town of Choteau mid-afternoon. After checking out our campground we drove back into town, to the library which offered free wi-fi access. And what a nice library. Sofas, armchairs, reading lamps, friendly staff and excellent facilities. So while Neil read about Native American Indians Mel uploaded some blog and checked the e-mail. While we were there ...