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MT – Day 48 – Custer’s Last Stand

For all you history buffs, you will know that Custer’s Last Stand took place at the Battle of the Little Bighorn (Little Bighorn Battlefield) in Montana. Whilst we have driven by this several times, this was the first time we stopped. Having talked to the lady at the campground where we spent the night, she advised us NOT to take our rig but to leave it parked for as long as we wanted and just go in... read more

MT – Day 44 – Whitefish Depot

3 photos in this post. The truck was in need of a service earlier this week before we started our trek home. The nearest Ram dealership was in Whitefish so we all headed in that direction on Tuesday morning. They had told us to leave it with them all day so we had made plans to explore Whitefish. The dealership has a shuttle service so a nice gentleman dropped us down at the Whitefish Train Depot per our... read more

MT – Day 36 – Tim’s Fish and Chips, Creston, BC

Here’s the picture you have all been waiting for when we visited Tim’s Fish and Chips: This is just ONE plate of Cod and Chips. (Halibut is available but more expensive.) The three piece is actually SIX pieces with unlimited chips. The five of us ate THREE plates – 18 pieces of fish and the chips. We did not need to ask for anymore chips. Whilst not cheap (approx. $25 Canadian per plate)... read more

MT – Day 36 – Fort Steele, BC

11 photos in this post. Wanting the children to have experience crossing the border and spending a different currency, earlier this week we headed north into British Columbia, Canada. First stop Fort Steele, just a few miles northeast of Cranbrook, two and a half hours from Kalispell. We made good time with the drive and arrived about 15 minutes before they even opened. The kids had a chance to say... read more

MT – Day 29 – Kayaking at Foys Lake

2 photos in this post. What a gorgeous lake! Whilst there is no beach and quite a steep climb to get down, it’s worth it! Here are Sydnee and Daniel. Yes the water really is this color! Why? The minerals in the glacial run-off. This lake is also not muddy. Jessie tells me that this lake is the non-tourist area. It was not crowded like many of the other lakes in this area. That is an island that you... read more

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