Black Diamond Guest Ranch and Resort

120 De Borgia Haugan Frontage Road, De Borgia, Montana, 59830, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on 120 De Borgia Haugan Frontage Road, De Borgia.
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    Travel Blogs from De Borgia

    Scott and Mariya's Weekend Celebration

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jul 13, 2014

    7 comments

    ... s parents, as well as lots of the friends from our younger family members. One of our most favorite favorites was Todd, a friend of Quinn, our nephew. He has a fine sense of humor and is a kind and loving guy, plus a bit crazy. Our kinda guy...

    Our Irish cousins, Mary and John joined in the celebration. They too are among our favorite travelers.

    Today we greeted the morn in a late fashion and enjoyed the lawn chairs under the ...

    Exploring Wallace

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Jun 13, 2014

    ... wold west. Bordellos thrived here until 1988. There were once 20 saloons in town. After silver prices tumbled, many mines shut down. It was too expensive to keep them running. The mining tour was really interesting. We then walked around town. We went in and out of the pawn shops, and antique stores. After lunch we toured the bordello museum and the mining museum. It then started to pour so we went back to our motel and then went back into town got ...

    Elm City and waterfall

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Jun 12, 2014

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    We left Orofino and traveled to Elm City. This over winding roads climbing higher and higher. The scenery was lush forests of red cedar, pine and fir trees with rivers, lakes and a reservoir. It took over two hours to reach Elm City. It is a small town for hunters, fisherman and ATV riders. Winters in the area are tough as there is tons of snow. Not too many people live here in the winter. It once was a large town for the ...

    Day 2 -- Another night of boondocking

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Apr 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... dollars. I recalled this from almost four years ago when we travelled to Yellowstone. We had stopped then even if Denis couldn't recall it. The signs had indicated something of no interest to us last time - free RV park. When we got there not only was there a place to park the RV free, complete with fire ring and picnic table, but it had power outlets. Fine by us. Two days in a row boondocking. ...

    A little backcountry driving.

    A travel blog entry by sarah.harding on May 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in Canada that evening! We're only a short distance from the Montana/Idaho border so before we know it we've reached the picture perfect town of Coeur d'Alene. Lilacs and cherry trees lining the streets, not a piece of trash anywhere and a harbor filled with gleaming white sail boats and yachts. Its so pretty I feel bad for evening driving on their roads! So we take a few photos, fill up on gas and grab some coffee before getting back on ...