Havre, MT Cold
Linda definitely was right. Highway 2 follows the railroad tracks all across Montana. Highway 2 from about Culbertson, MT to Cut Bank, MT is known as the Hi-Line. Nothing but wind swept rolling prairies of wheat fields and small railroad towns along the Milk River.
I’m sure most of you are tired of museums (as I am) but I took two pictures at the Blaine County Museum that I want to share.
This piano was made by Miles Kimball in 1903 and was used during the silent film era at the Orpheum Theatre in Chinook.
This desk was made in the 1880s. I thought it was so beautiful.
Dave’s Texaco is a National Registered Historic Place which is now a credit union.
Notice the girl in the Champaign glass – love these old neon signs.
There used to be a sugar beet factory in Chinook so this is a picture of their mascot.
There were donkeys at the RV park in Havre with big signs that said they bite.
Sunset in my outside truck mirror.
The same sunset from our campground.
Welcome to Shelby
Roadside sign outside Shelby
The World’s Largest Penguin in Cut Bank.
After you leave Cut Bank the mountains of Glacier Park start showing up in your windshield. Highway 2 takes you through a small portion of Glacier Park.
Before reaching Browning we stopped at Lewis and Clark’s northern most camp.
I don’t understand why people have to vandalize memorials or anything else.
The Espresso Tipi in Browning
North Fork of the Flathead River