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Peace Thru Unity Indian Memorial Sculpture at Little Bighorn Battlefield

Visit Little Bighorn on a Montana Road Trip

If you’re roadtripping in Montana, visit Little Bighorn on an exploration of Big Sky Country. It’s a somber lesson on what happens when two cultures collide. Teresa Otto, from The Nomads Daughter, shares her experience visiting Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument plus tips on how to get there. How to visit Little Bighorn on a […]

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Painted Rocks Montana

Off-the-Beaten-Path Western Montana Lakes for Boomer Travel Fun

Painted Rocks Montana

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is sponsoring this look at Montana waterways and how you can protect them. When I say “Western Montana,” what comes to mind? Do you picture the rugged mountains of the Northern Rockies or the glaciated peaks of Glacier National Park? The sight of my beloved Bitterroot Mountains certainly causes my […]

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Coyote Bluff Estate in Somers, Montana

Coyote Bluff Estate: Romantic Lodging at Flathead Lake

Coyote Bluff Estate in Somers, Montana

  Updated 07.01.2019:  When Alan and I look for romantic getaways, three criteria top the list: relaxing, luxurious and spectacular setting. Coyote Bluff Estate in Somers, Montana, more than meets these guidelines for romantic lodging at Flathead Lake. Romantic Lodging at Flathead Lake It’s not always easy fortravelers to find luxury lodging in Montana. Let’s […]

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Hotel Meade at Bannack Ghost Town in Montana.

Reliving Gold Rush History at Bannack Ghost Town

Hotel Meade at Bannack Ghost Town in Montana.

Updated 06.03.2020  On a visit to Bannack, Montana travelers will discover gold mining history in one of the most well-preserved ghost towns in the West. Alan and I arrived at Bannack State Park, home to Bannack Ghost Town, the scenic way on the Big Sheep Backcountry Byway. If you’re arriving via I-15, exit west on […]

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