Bitterroot River Bed and Breakfast LLC
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Travel Blogs from Stevensville
... headed north following the Lolo Creek up through the mountains to Lolo Pass, and from there through Idaho to the Snake River and eventually the Columbia River. I drove up to the Lolo Pass today, which has a great visitors’ center. My favorite part: a huge topographical map that had little flags showing where they camped each night during their trip through the Bitterroot Mountains, with print-outs from the ...
... to Lewis & Clark during their travels there. It was a staple for the Indians, but deemed not edible by L&C. We had lunch riverside but had to backtrack a bit (one of our scenic routes wasn't as successful as hoped). And again, thoroughly enjoyed the drive.
Again, we are staying at a KOA, planning to stay two ...
... the National Forest for some more stream fishing. The rivers are very high and swift, due to the warm ice melt. They are also very cold to stand in, but we did see many young people in some river swim areas trying out the water. Crazy!
Didn't have too much luck with the fishing. Bryant did catch and release about a nine inch trout (so he said, no one was ...
We arrived in Missoula, MT aroung 7pm today. Very long day of over 12 hours on the road.
Todays reflections were: beautiful Black Hills area; snow fence along interstate for miles that was 10-12 feet high...hm-m-m; Priya saw her first antelope; very dry and ...
... purcahse the raw honey. This prompted us to stop at a couple small gas stations/small stores in search of some Montana-made honey. Our attempts on the honey front were frutile, but we did find Huckelberry everything else! It appears to be one of the few things that grow well Montana. To complete the day we ventured out in the freezing 57 degree weather to the Iron Horse Bar for dinner.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking