The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Shell
... dome on the ceiling/roof......it allows you to say good morning to your neighbor while you are taking a shower. Anyway, it is a real interesting ordeal. I am thinking about just hitting a car wash bay in the early morning hours before too many people are out and about....I would at least have some elbow room. God help you if you drop the soap bar in the shower, but that is another story.
We headed for Devis ...
... into a Winter Wonderland: snowy, windy, and very cold! The rainstorm that we got was a snow storm up higher.
Coming out of the mountains, the weather and the landscape changed radically from snowy and sparse to the rich colors of a desert - oranges, browns, and greens. As we travel through Montana today, we are in wonder at the vast open spaces of the west. What a beautiful country!
A dusting of snow last night at Bear Lodge.
Got off to an early start, but not until I had a cup of coffee and slice of strawberry rhubarb pie, just like Grandma used to make.
Bobby walked the dog around and was sort of grossed out of all the hunters with hanging deers outside their cabins. Meat is meat.
The road down the mountain ...
... at the canyon that are included in the pictures :-). On the drive back to the lodge, we hit a BIG traffic jam because of a herd of bison! There were probably 20-30 over by the water on the left, and 15 or so on a hill on the right. Having just discovered how cute baby bison were, we were so excited to get to drive by them! We got SO many pictures and videos! What a great experience we got. A good traffic jam for once, even though we did get yelled at by an old lady... ...
... camp for free, about 3/4 mi from the main drag theres a spot for myself. I hop out of the van with a grin from ear to ear, theres a fire pit!!. My first fire of the trip is up and going immediately, for the rest of the evening i tend the inferno and enjoy my surroundings. I was a bit spooked being all alone after nightfall with coyotes howling nearby and the woods making noise but was able to man it up for a while and enjoy the ...