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TravelPod Member ReviewsAspenwood Resort Browning
Rustic B and B 10 miles outside Browning.
It was very hot and there was no air conditioning. The room was very stuffy. The room was clean and the bed good. Breakfast was not good. All very over cooked.
There was no coffee or fridge in the room and no sign of the very helpful owners we had read about. Altogether disappointing.
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Note: The blog I sent out dated 7/22 should have been dated 7/21. Today's blog is 7/22.
We drove from West Glacier to East Glacier and then north to Two Medicine Lakes. It's a little confusing with the names of the lakes. There is Lower Two Medicine Lake, which we drove by. Then there is Two Medicine Lake, which we drove to and took a small boat ride to the western end of the lake from where we ...
... issues have been updated/resolved with the newer model. No more tempered glass shelf, shower door, not curtain, USB plugs everywhere (the snake of cords right by Rob is comical when we are powering up all the devices), the gas mileage apparently is more than 6 mpg too! kind of sad leaving, hadn't felt that way anywhere else..... I definitely would love to come back to see more.
... perched on the edge of the rock, all alone, separated from the family with people stepping around and over, just a recipe for disaster! I couldn't even look in the direction even though it was a mere 4ft from our lunch perch. The mother, and now dry father, then decided to change the diaper of another one of their brood in the middle of the rock/path while ignoring another child running about on the edge of the falls. Ranger Bob was ...
... I saw rolling up the mt. After about 15 minutes Harold found the wheel. We sat in the car for about 30 minutes before a car stopped with a couple of nice young men in it to see if we needed help. We did. Our cellphone would not work in the mountains. They called AAA for us and made sure we were ok. AAA told us it would take a little over a hour to get help to us, and that would be fine. At home it takes that long to get them to our house when ...
As we drove further north, hay seemed to be the predominant crop. Most of the hay has already been cut and baled into big, round bales and stored for the winter. What land wasn't growing hay had cattle grazing on it. The flat farm/ranch lands gave way to rolling hills and then we could see our first view of ...