QUESTION FOR FELLOW OLD GUYS
As a little kid, I used to love going to Great Falls. In the old days, there was only one place to eat there, a large building (a log cabin variant I think) where the restaurant was located -- I'm talking circa 1962-1965. You would walk up three or four steps and be on a covered porch that ran the entire way along the front of the building. There were tables there -- that's where we always ate (I don't remember eating inside, or even if you could).
That's all that I remember. Does anyone else have any recollections regarding this place? It was brown log, rough hewn (my memory says it kinda looked like the Cartwright's Ponderosa house) and probably (but I don't remember this for sure) had a gift store in the building.
Anything you can remember would be a great help. I'm trying to finish my personal history and there are just too many holes to make it complete.
I probably didn't get to Great Falls for the first time until about 1968 or 1969. The only building I remember is the visitors' center, which is still there today. Sorry. I guess I'm too young!
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