Museum of the Rockies (http://www.museumoftherockies.org/) is always fascinating with their collections of dinosaurs and the famous planetarium.
Little Bighorn Battle Field (http://www.nps.gov/libi/index.htm) is always a special place for me.
But also DO NOT forget to visit Custer Battle Files Museum in Garryowen (http://www.custermuseum.org/index.htm), which is merely several miles away on the frontage road. They actually have more numbers of rare and special exhibits (no pictures allowed) and a superb souvenir store.
A hidden scenic pass in Montana, Kings Hill (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kings_Hill_Pass)
We dropped by Melaque Mexican Restaurant in Helena. See my Google review here.
Of course I took my parents to my playground Yellowstone National Park too.
This bull elk seemed enjoying being seen by winter tourists.
I've lived in Montana off and on over a decade now but this is the first time I ever tried Joe's Pasty in Butte. This is truly Montana's own heart-warming and -filling dish!!
Anaconda Smelter Stack from just at the entrance of Anaconda town on Highway 1.
Philipsburg is a nice little and historical community. Doe Brothers Restaurant is the must-visit for every ice-cream lover!!
We stopped by the "taproom" of Big Sky Brewery in Missoula for some tasting!
I did internet searches for a special dinner for us. Top Gun Seafood Restaurant in Bellevue, WA is simply great!! Real and authentic Chinese dishes!! Check their website and drop by if you are in the area!!
Back to the normal winter life in Livingston........ fishing and fly-tying........