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Great views, peaceful, satellite TV , Wi-fi, well equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, hair dryer, books, porch, outdoor furniture, picnic table, BBQ grill, hiking trails nearby,
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Before the arrival of Lewis and Clark in 1844, the first white men in the area, the Crow Indians lived and hunted throughout the entire Yellowstone River Valley. Many signs of their presence, including fire circles and teepee rings, still exist a few miles from this Cabin.
The Cabin, sited on 20 acres with excellent mountain views, was the home of a wildlife photographer who was also an avid reader.
There are two bedrooms and one bath on the main floor. The loft, with a full-sized sofa sleeper, was once a photo studio is currently being redone as a TV room/office. Photos will be updated as this progresses.
A deck surrounds two sides of the house offering wonderful views in every direction in this private and quiet area.