Bitterroot River Bed and Breakfast LLC
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... br> the main warehouse – in its own separate area! Thank goodness for that! We
didn’t eat that hotdog for dinner but went to a “happenin” place called Iron
Horse Bar and Grille. While we were eating we communicated with Blake and
Emilie and found out this place was a favorite of theirs when Blake was living
in Missoula going to graduate school at the University of Montana. Jim and I
had been to Missoula ...
... being on our farm for a few years they went on to build their own home in Maryland and eventually moved to Stevensville, MT where Mikey can pursue his passion for fly fishing and Debbie has her Shire work horses. My family shares numerous and humorous stories of our times together when we were all much younger including the contentious athletic competitions between Mikey and my sister Anne in basketball, softball, ...
... with vertical relief is deeper than the Grand Canyon.
Just before highway 95 climbs the 2700 vertical feet out of the canyon we pass White Bird, a town of 91 souls. White Bird is named for the chief of the Nez Perce tribe when the U.S. Army attacked at the 1877 Battle of White Bird Hill. The Army was soundly defeated in the battle that started the Nez Perce War.
After a long pull we finally crest the canyon wall and find ourselves on the ...
... back (on first floor) with a view of a lake instead of the parking lot. KB and Ethan will be 2 doors away when they get here tomorrow. We got our things out of the car and unpacked and sat down with Jack in our home until Sunday. Had supper at The Palace Cafe......Diane had a glass of wine and Joel a beer.....Diane had a cup of tomato bisque soup and Joel had a cup of cowboy chowder and we shared fish and chips.......very good....38.30 on ...
... from Missoula. We took a secondary road through the mountains which was beautiful (of course). We stopped in a couple of small towns along the way and one in particular, Ronan, we met the sweetest little lady who worked at the Ronan Visitor Center. She reminded me so much of my Mom. She is in her 80's and has been a lifelong resident of Montana and just loves it. She filled us in on a lot of the history of the area.....it was nice ...