Major Addition to Choteau’s Stage Stop Inn

I’ve been hearing about the addition to the Stage Stop Inn on Choteau’s Main Street for awhile so I was excited to see the finished product last week. I’ve stayed at the Stage Stop before and have always like the fact that they tie in a local theme for decor. With rooms on two floors, a swimming pool, complimentary breakfast room and a nice lobby, it seemed complete. Well, their vision grew and so did the motel! There are now … Read more

MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks Celebrates 75 Years

What a grand celebration idea for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks for their 75th anniversary. Tonight they held a concert at Giant Springs State Park on the east edge of Great Falls. I had seen the information in the newspaper and I really like to support different events like this. But, I was lucky to have overnight family guests all weekend and I had a ton of things I thought I needed to get done before … Read more

Woodblock Print Exhibit at Bair Museum

About one mile from the little town of Martinsdale is the prettiest ranch home setting. Years ago it was the home of Charles M. Bair and his family. After Charles’ passing, his daughters Alberta and Marguerite lived on the ranch. Neither of the daughters had children, and the home, surrounding buildings and property were left as a museum for the people of Montana. The 26 room home is certainly a treat to tour but the two-year old … Read more

Bair Museum near Martinsdale. Truly Amazing!

It didn’t start out to be a classic Central Montana road trip but it sure ended up that way! Two of us were on our way to a meeting in Red Lodge, MT and decided to take a route that we hadn’t done in awhile. About 25 miles east of Great Falls we turned south on to US Hwy 89 and started a stunningly beautiful drive on the Kings Hill Scenic Byway (more about the … Read more