Montana Back Roads

On our Land That We Love Tour Day Two we left Helena, Montana on a back road connecting us to I-90.

These are statues.

We got to I-90 and before I could yell stop we passed Wheat Montana. We circled back because I was intrigued.

So happy we did. They had so many great products.

We were happy to find these mugs to use instead of the paper coffee cups that hotels are putting out these days. They were only $4.95. We patted ourselves on the back when we didn’t see any other mugs at the souvenir shops for under $12.00.

And did we mention the baked goods that they sell. Cinnamon rolls, bear claws, muffins, pastry twists, etc. They also sell sandwiches and other savories. The cinnamon roll was so good and it fueled us all the way to Wyoming for our next stop.

Before we left Helena we purchased gas at Costco for $3.199

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

13 thoughts on “Montana Back Roads

  1. Wheat Montana looks like a fun place. And what a great deal on those mugs!
    We ended up taking 70 east into Denver, then 25 north through Wyoming, meeting up with 90 in Montana and all the way home. Can’t wait to read more about your trip!

  2. Ellen – looks like it was a good call (or shout) to stop in Wheat, Montana! We recently invested in metal straws so that we can stop using plastic ones in restaurants! That cinnamon bun looks yummy – I think I would have gone for a bear claw, especially if it had huckleberries in it!

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